Les cadavres voyagent en Cadillac
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This fiction places laughter at the level of paradox : first as an agent of communication, then as a symbol of the absurdity of our efforts to communicate with one another. A young man dressed in black and carrying an instrument case walks into a club. After a few drinks, he opens his case, takes our a revolver and shoots two customers. While the patrons laugh themselves silly, the band plays on. The laughter, like the music, is non-stop.

Original language
French

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Credits

Direction
Christophe Flambard
Assistant Director
Joanna Kotkowska
Camera
Pierre Ouellette
Cinematography
Jean-Claude Bustros
Lighting
Richard Dagenais
Sound
Suzanne Corriveau
Original Score
Hani Habashi
Richard Jutras
Editing
Bernard Labelle
Screenplay
Suzanne Côté
Production
Color Bar
Vidéographe

Technical information

Color
Color
Image format
4:3
Shooting format
16 mm
Keywords
Laughter, Crime, Bar, Lag, Projection, Overlay