15 Ott “All these tears – Jameson Tabor” by Sara Alessandrini
With a masterly approach, “All These Tears” express an intense and complex relationship between two lovers in communication troubles. The story perfectly fit the lively and dynamic song of Jameson Tabor: the rythm of the film follows the music alternating quick cuts and sinuous long shots. This choice express very well the core of the film: we can see how the lovers get really close and then, suddenly, they break their bond on the wave of the song.
The directing style is particularly remarkable. Thrilling and nimble, the camera follows the lovers in their unstoppable dance, absorbed in their stunning stage. The empty flat is extremely simple and, at the same time, extremely powerful: a perfect frame for two agile bodies in their passionate dance. It’s really interesting the ability of the director in mixing music filmmaking and storytelling. Infact it’s wonderfully clear that this is not just a dance: we can see the eyes of the characters, their emotions, in a truthfully interpretation of the song.
The editing and the cinematography well express the rythm and the thrilling world of the two characters. The stunning view from the windows helps to create an intimate space, wisely managed by cinematography.