29 min
Dir. Anna Sofie Hartmann

An old woman attempts to recollect her past, a young woman speaks about the deterioration of her face. A young man shows us his naked body, an actress seems to show us her face. A meeting between a man and a young woman on a boat echoing past lives repeats itself without ever moving forward. These are retold figments of memory, summoned by words of old stories into the present. Spaces and elements seem disconnected to one another, while words, images, and scenes interweave, opening up for new relationships. "Marguerite, Mon Corps" grasps for recollections and opens up for reflections on bodies, memory and desire, it plays with forms of performativity both of word and image to form a poetic whole.