Les bruits blancs
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The term "white noise" describes the technical application of a certain quality of background noise obtained by emitting constant energy to different sound frequencies. This effectively "cancels out" the frequencies and the equivalent of "silence" is produced. Les Bruits blancs centres on a dual polarity: the Parisian periphery - the perimiter boulevard of Paris - its urban landscape, and the flux of a water current - the St. Laurent seaway which circles Montreal.

1990
France
15:54
Original language
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Credits

Direction
Michèle Waquant
Photography
Jacques Sirot
Sound
Jacques Sirot
Editing
Marc Boulay
Didier Griffond
Sound Editing
Raphaël Devillers
Production
Camélopard
Michèle Waquant

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Keywords
Sound, Landscape, Urbanity, Complementarity, Flow