Metamorphoses.

Contributor(s): Publisher number: 6552964 | KanopyPublisher: Visit Films, 2014Publisher: [San Francisco, California, USA] : Kanopy Streaming, 2019Description: 1 online resource (streaming video file) (106 minutes): digital, .flv file, soundContent type:
  • two-dimensional moving image
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  • computer
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  • online resource
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Online resources: Amira Akili, Damien Chapelle, Melodie Richard, Sebastien HirelSummary: When Europe skips class to climb aboard an eight-wheel truck with a magnetic young man named Jupiter, little does she know of the journey of initiation that lies ahead of her. Just off the side of the motorway lies a land inhabited by powerful gods who can transform humans into plants or animals in the blink of an eye. Jupiter, Bacchus, Orpheus: Europe watches, listens and plays in this confrontation of gods and mortals, grasping a greater sense of life and love with these sweet vengeful seducers. Nominated for a Queer Lion and a Venezia Classici Award at the **Venice International Flim Festival.** *"A pleasantly low-key literary adaptation with a lot of ideas beneath the shimmering surface." - Boyd van Hoeij, **Hollywood Reporter***
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Amira Akili, Damien Chapelle, Melodie Richard, Sebastien Hirel

Originally produced by Visit Films in 2014.

When Europe skips class to climb aboard an eight-wheel truck with a magnetic young man named Jupiter, little does she know of the journey of initiation that lies ahead of her. Just off the side of the motorway lies a land inhabited by powerful gods who can transform humans into plants or animals in the blink of an eye. Jupiter, Bacchus, Orpheus: Europe watches, listens and plays in this confrontation of gods and mortals, grasping a greater sense of life and love with these sweet vengeful seducers. Nominated for a Queer Lion and a Venezia Classici Award at the **Venice International Flim Festival.** *"A pleasantly low-key literary adaptation with a lot of ideas beneath the shimmering surface." - Boyd van Hoeij, **Hollywood Reporter***

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