This is kinda wow. Alex Heller‘s beautiful film of one lonely doll’s desperate attempt to be accepted by a group of Barbies, may not sound like a winner, but trust me it is.
It’s made from 1,554 images, shot on a Nikon D60, and bound together by the blissful sound of Belgium’s Scala & Kolacny Brothers - which, I might add, is an odd title for a choir of female singers, who are conducted and accompanied by two brothers, Stijn and Steven, and hence, no doubt, the name.
As for Ms. Heller, well her biog on Vimeo says:
Seventeen. Trapped in the suburbs. I root for the underdog.
Well, I root for you, Ms Heller. You’re talented and deserve all success.
With thanks to Seamus McGarvey
Posted by Paul Gallagher |
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