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Outside Looking In is a videographic quilt composed of a series of short scenes, sung poems and contradictory truths stated by off-screen voices. Navigating between the realistic and oneiric, the serious and ironic, this video presents the story of a young woman and a young man who are exasperated by living in a restrictive society. Undermined, however, by their own uncertainty, they are unable to engage themselves in any direction. These two friends, enraged at not knowing how to be angry, and exasperated at being exasperated, constantly confront daily life in an attempt to surpass it and attain the flip side of life.

1994
Canada
25:21
Original language
French
Subtitles
English

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Credits

Direction
Charles Guilbert
Serge Murphy
Michel Grou
Cast
Nathalie Caron
Benoît Vermeulen
Voice
George Bogardi
Marie-Michèle Cron
Roman Jodorcovsky
K.W.
Costume Design
Danielle Hébert
Set Photographer
Danielle Hébert
Sound
Gilles Corbeil
Cinematography
Gilles Corbeil
Lighting
Georges Roy
Editing
Jean-Marie Boissonneault
Production
Soir peigné

Technical information

Color
Color
Image format
4:3
Sound
Mono
Keywords
Word, Life, Language, Contradiction