The Dancer: Lou Doillon

This is a whole new side to Lou Doillon. And a bit unexpected. I really enjoyed it though. She was free and joyful and it was hardly contrived. I can see why Vanessa Bruno chose to put her in the video poem. It is a bit poetic, freeing, and utterly human.  I especially liked the middle part where the mood completely switched over.  It was a little abrupt and quite pretty.

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