FILM NOIR is a film work in which the camera dissects images taken from major Hollywood productions. By superposing black bands over the protagonists, the viewer's gaze is directed towards the margins, thanks to which we discover what has always been present, although invisible: the extras. Through the use of voice-over, music and editing, La Ribot develops a subjective reflection by which the extras appropriate the film.

La Ribot inverts our gaze and reveals the choreographic in cinema through the actions of the extras, the attitude of their bodies, their context, the treatment of space and the movement of the camera.

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Mercat de les flors
Pièce distinguée nº 45 (2016) Photo: Alejandro Resendi


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La Ribot, 'FILM NOIR' (2015) Photo of the film 'Life and Let Die'