A music theatre show, with Ensemble Garage
There is usually a golden rule in film, not to show how things are done. In The Right Ear, which could be described as ‘manual cinema’, on the contrary, all the artifices are revealed, inviting us to observe the process close-up, with decors in the form of models arranged on consoles used to create the sound effects live. A satire on modern life tinged with dark humour, in which we follow the absurd mechanics of a character caught red-handed in flagrant consumerism.
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