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The film "Holy Motors" by Leos Carax became a sensation in Cannes

Describing the film "Holy Motors" by Leos Carax, which has become the main sensation of recent days in Cannes, is as hopeless as translating the images of Salvador Dali into a verbal series.

There can be no spoilers here, because there is no single plot and its development. I just can't reveal the film's mysteries even if I wanted to - they're all encoded in the image. Which is indescribable both figuratively and literally. nine0005

There is a pass-through reception: Monsieur Oscar is riding in the longest white limousine around Paris. Outside, the limousine is luxurious, inside it looks like a filthy theater dressing room - albeit with an electric fireplace. The car is driven by a well-drilled lady who combines the professions of a driver and a secretary, who knows by heart the busy schedule of her patron and reminds him of upcoming meetings. Or, according to the second important meaning of the word appointment, - destinations. Having received such a reminder, the patron opens the dressing room table, combs a new wig and completely changes his existence. nine0005

Oscar is played by Carax's permanent mascot, the athletically beefy Denis Lavant.

"Could someone else play Monsieur Oscar?" asks a cunning question from an unnamed interviewer in the festival booklet. Carax's answer: "If Denis refused, I could offer this role to Lon Chani (the great actor of silent and early sound cinema, the best Quasimodo of film history. - V.K.), or Chaplin. Or Peter Lorre, or Michel Simon."

In fact, it is impossible to imagine even Chaplin in Lavan's place - there would have been a different film. Lon Chani was called "the man with a thousand faces". Laban has tens of thousands in stock. About a dozen he presents in "Holy Motors", where Monsieur Oscar in one day sequentially lives the life of a bank tycoon, an old beggar woman, an actor who, with sensors on his body, plays for a digital cartoon and dances a copulation dance with a female cyber monster. Then he will become a double of himself, then a dying man, a nostalgic lover, a father of a family, a killer and his victim, an accordionist and Monsieur Shit, who eats flowers and banknotes and is familiar to us from the short story of Carax from the almanac "Tokyo". nine0005

At first, you have fun and laugh to your heart's content at unexpected jokes scattered in the film very generously. You need to watch the jokes carefully, otherwise you will miss some fleeting inscription on the tombstone: "Visit my site www ...". There are a million of them in the film, the film consists of them, and at first it seems that there is nothing else and never will be. What is this full-length joke.

Then the key suddenly changes. Only for a couple of minutes. Suddenly there will be a penetrating monologue of the dying. Or a romance of the shadow of a beautiful past that has risen from oblivion. But it breaks off in mid-sentence or mid-note - and again somersaults into the limousine, again the spent skin is torn off the face, again a new destiny is coming, a new meeting, a new life hypostasis. nine0005

And one day you will shudder from the feeling of some kind of terrible loss. As if because of the fuss that you take for life, you missed life itself. (Here you involuntarily recall that recently Karaks lost his wife, actress Katya Golubeva. Something personal is certainly felt in this breakdown of mood - from laughter to tears).

The film begins with strange shots. In a dark hall, dazed spectators sit, their frozen faces turn white, their unseeing eyes are wide open. They sit for a long time, and on the screen, somewhere behind us, something funny, monstrous and absurd, invisible to us, crashes down. nine0005

Then Leos Carax himself, in pajamas, in his bedroom, where you can see in the window how silently the plane is landing. He walks along the wall, where there is a forest grove on the photo wallpaper, gropes for an invisible door among the trees - and finds himself in the very theater hall where there is either a film or a performance.

And now the question is: what did we see - a film or a play?

Almost all cinema known to us is entangled in the nets of everyday life. Its photographic nature, which it flaunts, actually fetters it, makes it just a reflection of human bustle. The best of his masters have always tried to overcome this nature. Fellini filmed the sea from polyethylene. Sokurov constantly appeals to literature. From the trap of film photography, they try to pull either the music or the artist's imagination. But the times when Bu√Īuel metaphorically cut the eyeball on the screen are in the past. nine0005

Carax has given up photography. Every frame is a metaphor. Each is built according to the laws of the theater, which is freer than cinema, because it relies only on the imagination of both the authors and the viewer. In the theater, a director with an actor on a bare stage can show the Universe. And the cinema will begin to shoot solar prominences for this, but we will see only blisters on the solar disk. Because you take the movie literally.

Karaks builds his film according to the laws of theatrical action. Relying on makeup, gutta-percha body and monstrous plasticity of his unique actor. As in the theatre, he carves meaning out of detail, out of a mask, out of eccentricity. As in a circus, the action is made up of sideshows. Even makes a clownish musical interlude. Inspired by Hoffmann's fairy tale about a man who finds a secret door to the opera house in his bedroom. Inspired by Kafka. And he makes a film, the conventionality and semantic content of which surpasses everything we have seen on the screen. nine0005

It remains to become an audience whose eyes, unlike those shown in the prologue, are sighted. But this, Karax understands, is an impossible task for the public. And yet, here's the movie. Like nothing on earth. Special. Handle it the best you can. In extreme cases, laugh - it's already good.

I have no idea what the jury will do with the film. A film like this should be all-or-nothing. Comparing him to other contestants is like comparing salty to green. Or, more precisely, in the parade of the creations of the studio "Metro Goldwyn Mayer" to try to adequately evaluate the picture filmed on Swift's flying island of Laputa. nine0005

The finale, by the way, is completely Swiftian. And this is the only possible spoiler in the retelling, which, of course, I will keep to myself.

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