For hardcore Daphne Guinness fans only. A four-minute-and-fifteen-second “adaptation” (said with a straight face) of the literary classic as “an expressionistic jigsaw of repeated visual themes, kaleidoscopic colour, and grainy footage of Daphne Guinness as Madame” by short-filmmaker Joseph Lally. Even though I’m getting tired of her pretentious malarkey – and Flaubert is probably spinning in his grave – at least the colors are nice and pretty. Right? That’s something.
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