About Limbo

By Fabien Gaffez

There is a certain literary, overtly narrative cinema, keeping us on the beaten track of barefaced stories.  There is another cinema, which guides us and loses us in the night it explores. Limbo belongs to the latter category: sensory images creeping in our subconsciousness, plastic beauty restoring our archaic shivers, contrasting feelings overflowing our softened hearts. These children lost in the limbos, familiar to death and emptiness, undergo a crucial renaissance: the one cinema alone allows.

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