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L'Appât is a Simard/Wallot choreographic re-invention of the love duel. It presents a striking union between the forms of dance and sculpture. Neam Cathod's visual adaptation, recorded both on stage and near the banks of a river, evokes a primitive world and accentuates the conflicts between the two protagonists. The director uses video effects to transform the movements of the dancers into intense visual images.

Awards and mentions
Prix de la SOGIC, meilleure vidéo
Les Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois
Montréal
1994
Ours d'argent
Festival des nations
Linz, Autriche
1993
1992
Canada
24:00
Original language
No dialogue

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Credits

Direction
Jean Décarie (Neam Cathod)
Assistant Director
Sophie Givernaud
Choregraphy
Jean-Pierre Simard
Marie-Andrée Wallot
Dancers
Jean-Pierre Simard
Marie-Andrée Wallot
Baudouin De Jaer
Music
Baudouin De Jaer
Photography
Michel Sénécal
Michel Vincent
Sound
Roland Bréard
Editing
Jean Décarie (Neam Cathod)
Production
Suzanne Kassabgui
Jean-Pierre Simard
Marie-Andrée Wallot
Anar Danse
Département de communications, UQAM

Technical information

Color
Color
Sound
Stereo
Keywords
Sculpture, Experimentation, Nature, Seduction, Confrontation