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An inspiring piece of creative media
Cinema is the creative medium that inspires me the most and with which I
have most often been confronted, first as a regular spectator, then as a passionate
one and, for some years now, as a student discovering its making, from both
theoretical and practical points of view. However, until last year, I didn't really know
what kind of cinema I would prefer to practice, in what field I would like to express
Chloé Zhao's film 'The Rider', which I went to see last year, enlightened me
from the very first viewing, about a cinematographic genre that inspires me a lot.
The Rider is a film actually built between fiction and documentary, between
imagination and reality. The character, Brady Jandreau, is not an actor: he plays his
own story. In this sense, this film is not built like a documentary film insofar as
takes are not authentic, they are played. However, facts are the real ones, played
by their true protagonists, which makes the authenticity of expressions, actions
and characters so genuine. Not being actors but the real characters, feelings of the
audience are touched by their story as subtly as they would be by a documentary.
This seems to me the perfect compromise: the ultimate sincerity of characters and
reality of facts, but the aesthetics as clear and elaborated as for fiction films. Much
more organized than a documentary, it obviously requires a scenario, a technical
breakdown, detailed shooting scripts and a perfect sense of character direction.
It is this authenticity, and the resulting emotional truth, which definitely
seduced me and that I even unintentionally approached in my short film "Voilà, la
Rose". Indeed, while my class-friend and I had built a detailed scenario and
meticulously prepared the scenes, we realized during the shooting and editing that
the footage we liked to use the most were some of when the actors were
improvising. We weren’t really directing them, but would just let the camera run
while they didn't know. These takes became much more authentic than if we had
respected our initial project.