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I Lost My Body

I Lost My Body despite the difficulty that tactile sensation entails in the cinematographic experience, the I Lost My Body claim of haptic perception, of a cinema whose will is the impossible desire to be touched, is the fundamental engine of ‘Where is my body?’ winner of the Cannes Critics’ Week and the Annecy Festival. Jérémy Clapin’s first film, based on a novel by Guillaume Laurant, is expressed through sensory memory with an unusual protagonist: a hand.

And although at certain moments of the footage the story suffers from the same patina of sappy lightness that abounded in ‘Amélie’, also written by Laurant himself, ‘Where is my body?’ -available now on Netflix- makes firm use of a sound construction focused on the expression of tactile textures to blur the romance, thus assembling the odyssey of a hand bent on re-fitting its arm.

Duration: 81 min


IMDb: 7.6