This maybe super random, but it is a cultural ‘find’. One that takes us to the past, the past that I would like to remember and reminisce about. I found this short film on one of my favourite online shops, so I would like to share it with you.
In the 1970’s, a petroleum pipeline firm commissioned french film-director Claude Lelouch to make Iran (1971) as a gift for the Shah’s wife. He apparently shot six miles of film in order to make the film, which is an incredible example of juxtapositional editing. The score was composed by Francis Lai. – Courtesy of Creatures of Comfort