A woman observes two writers observing each other in their acts of creation, writing.
Shot in South Wales, Muse is a poetic film starring Julia Krynke (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1328998/), with an original score from Welsh composer Adam Harvey and edited by award winning editor Agnieszka Glinska (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1337374/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1).
"MUSE is a 20 minutes hypnotic, sinister, psycho-sexual film that follows one woman’s compulsion to harness inspiration whatever the cost."
Gavin Irvine, writer of the screenplay of MUSE
"...Like Mullholland Drive I am not sure I fully understood the journey – but I loved and was intrigued by the journey. I think it is essentially a simple idea about the interaction and rather selfish nature of creativity – wrapped in a beautiful convolution. Really loved it...!"
Christopher Morris, BAFTA Award winning documentary filmmaker, on MUSE
Documentary commissioned by Abergavenny VSO group (Wales) about stories of VSO volunteers over the last 50 years.
Here are some comments made by participants:
Celia – “it was a privilege to review the past”
Julie – “thank for the opportunity to be part of the project – it was great fun”
Margot –“it was so interesting to hear how the VSO experience had influenced the rest of peoples’ lives”
John Hooper – “an interesting and fascinating project. Such a joy to hear other peoples’ experiences with VSO”