Mars et Avril (2012) Plot Summary
A danceable terrestrial celestial body concordance collegially captivates audiences of the long run in Martin Villeneuve’s Mars et Avril, set in Montréal.
So nice, to watch, a science-fiction film, that humbly celebrates knowledge domain artistic production rather than some damn war culminating in AN epic battle.
Crisp cosmic cerebral clarity: another, great film, made, in Québec.
The plot issues the curing of AN abstract female image that is successively corporealized as a instrument that a virtuoso performing artist then in a flash masters live to the delight of his devoted listeners, thereby uniting inspiration, extraction, construction, distribution, and reception, during a harmonious synthesis of artistic creation.
Yet as proof of a legend’s historical longevity is with ambition sought-after, AN unknown issue, a representative of that that was sacrificed so as to sustain a refulgent resurgent reverberation, threatens the unity of the full, by accidentally silencing its voice, whereas guaranteeing the survival of its exhalations.
As the output destabilizes, therefore will the artist’s basic distinction between interior and external reality, as if the film itself is unaware of a delicate intoxication, till the manufacturer finds the way to unite the process’s conception and etherealization, directly binding 2 consciousnesses in their dreamwork, and generating world organization noveau monde.
Now that is science-fiction.
There was AN odd moment on behalf of me in aforesaid dreamwork wherever i used to be speculative why the dreamworlds at intervals films usually closely mirror those established by alert spatio-temporal objectivities, that woke up a countermemory of David kill and Mark Frost’s Red area from Twin Peaks, once the scene suddenly modified to 1 invoking a comparison between it and aforesaid Red area, with music paying homage to David kill and Angelo Badalamenti’s “Sycamore Trees.”
That was weird.
The marsonautes infuse the inventive philosophical romance with a forward degree of comedy that rounds out the film’s intellectual action. Written by Irza
Mars et Avril (2012) Credited Cast
Director: Martin Villeneuve
Writers: Denis Villeneuve (script consultant), Martin Villeneuve
Stars: Jacques Languirand, Caroline Dhavernas and Paul Ahmarani