Wait Until Nothing (2011)

An episode in the life of historical French photographer Jacques Henri Lartigue, alongside muse Renee Perle. The short utilizes quotes from Lartigue's journals, exploring the conflicted ... See full summary »

Director:

Ryan Daddi

Writers:

Holland Daddi (story), Ryan Daddi

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Cast

Cast overview:
Fabrice Mougas ... Jacques
Rafaella Biscayn ... Renee (as Rafaella Biscayn-Debest)
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Storyline

An episode in the life of historical French photographer Jacques Henri Lartigue, alongside muse Renee Perle. The short utilizes quotes from Lartigue's journals, exploring the conflicted interest of art as a first love, and the effect this has on ultimately maintaining relationships. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

USA

Language:

French

Filming Locations:

Guadalupe, California, USA

Company Credits

Production Co:

24 / 30 Cinema See more »
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Trivia

The film was directly influenced by the following quote: "My love for Renee. A splendid and unbearable sickness. Unlivable in this modern age. We would have to had died young, or else been willing to become an anonymous little old couple. The kind who exchange their ambitions and and every reason for living, for love." The quote, alongside hundreds of others, was featured on display during a 2004 Hayward Gallery [London] exhibition of French photographer Jacques Henri Lartigue. See more »

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