Rien du Tout
35 mm and HD video, 16/9, 30 min, color, sound, France, 2006
with Clemens von Wedemeyer
A young director wants to direct a medieval film in the Paris suburbs. During the casting she concentrates on one single person. The parking lot in front of the theatre, on which the young actors are waiting their turn, quickly becomes the decor of the new scene. While inside the alienation between the director and her assistant reaches its climax, the dance of the "superfluous" begins outside.