Director: Sofia Coppola
Writers: Stephanie Hayman (screenplay), Sofia Coppola (screenplay)
Stars: Christina Turley, Audrey Kelly, Julia Vanderham
Sofia Coppola's debut film made back in 1998. Filmed in black and white, about a gang of high school girls obsessed by Virginia Andrews’ cult novel Flowers in the Attic to the point they plan to kill the boys they dislike
The dreamy foggy mood, the girls, the sense of humour, sharp cutting, stark compositions and rock and roll music, even the opening scene... remind us of what we what we have seen from then.
Since the 80s, Ilse Ruppert photographs the scene in New York, Los Angeles, Berlin and Paris. She is part of these artists who frame reality and transforms it into art. Few photographers have such a gift to express the essence of live spectacles. Her photographs have the beauty of dreams and the cruelty of nightmares.
Hans Peter Cloos, Theatre Director, Paris 1998
We automatically click to scroll through the images. Only our index is trembling enough. But what are we really looking at ? Why this nauseous and compassionate feeling ? Fear ? Sadness ?
Jessica Dimmock, in The Ninth Floor serie, delivers us what we rarely have the opportunity to see without being a voyeur of a so private part of life. Without judgment, only with the desire to show us what is the truth, behind their wall of violence, pain.