First Shot From AMER Directors' Latest THE STRANGE COLOUR OF YOUR BODY'S TEARS

Todd Brown, Founder and Editor
The directing duo of Helene Cattet and Bruno Forzani created quite a stir with the release of their debut feature, Amer, in 2009. A gorgeously rendered tribute to the giallo films they adore the film was a hit on the festival circuit and has left the duo's fans anxiously waiting for more. We got at least a taste with their contribution to The ABCs of Death anthology, where they turned in the astounding O Is For Orgasm, but the real deal comes soon with the arrival of their second feature, The Strange Colour Of Your Body's Tears.

The duo have this to say about the project:

The Strange Colour is the story of a man who investigates the weird conditions of his wife's disappearance. It's a film which we (Hélène & Bruno) have worked on for nine years now. It is set in Brussels (where we live) which is particularly known for its Art Nouveau architecture. The film is still produced by the same producers as Amer - Eve Commenge and François Cognard - and the Flemish director / producer Koen Mortier (Ex-Drummer).
A grainy image from the film leaked yesterday and so - figuring if people are going to see it they may as well see it looking its best - they have passed us a high resolution, properly color corrected version of that image. That's it up above and you can click on it in the gallery below to get the larger version.

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  • Vranckx

    Saw an nearly finished cut of the film unfortunately I can't say anything about the film.
    Well maybe I can say that I'm on board again to do the poster :)

  • Do you have a website where I can see your work? Loved the poster for AMER.

  • Vranckx

    Yes here's my blog http://gillesvranckx.blogspot.... I'm also on deviant http://vranckx.deviantart.com/... you can also follow me on Facebook
    Cheers!

  • Tease.

  • Vranckx

    Oh didn't start yet! :)

  • Ard Vijn

    Really enjoyed AMER, with or without narrative. It was a film for the senses. And Koen Mortier is on board as well? I'm very interested!

  • BelmontHeir

    Amer would have made a great short film rather than a feature. Still, it showed potential and I can never say no to a giallo. Looking forward to this.

  • wolfmansgotnards

    yes! more giallo by the looks of it. Certainly a giallo esque title.

  • Oh, no doubt. Though, from what I know of it, with more of a clear narrative than Amer and with more of their particular voice in it.

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