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Noli Me Tangere

  • Duration: 25 min
  • Belgium
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Cie Mossoux-Bonté

A strange atmosphere between dream and reality, a sort of "waking dream", a deluge of visual beauty and sound signals.

In the depths of the world, men and women tear themselves away from the shadow and stone where they were held captive. Humanity takes shape. The incarnation turns to stupor, life is seized in all its doubts and fears. The visual metaphor explores remote interiors: figureheads, Medusas pinned down, flattened faces and bodies speak of abandon and appeal.


A strange atmosphere between dream and reality, underlying humour… we recognise the touch of Mossoux/Bonté. Noli me tangere (touch me not) indicates that something is beyond our reach and must remain so.

 

The bicephalous Mossoux-Bonté company seeks to question the presence of the actor, to create a disturbance in which spectators feel personally implicated.

Distribution and legal informations

Design: Patrick Bonté
Direction/Choreography: Nicole Mossoux, Patrick Bonté
Lighting/Sound: Patrick Bonté
Costumes/Make-up: Colette Huchard
Actors: Sébastien Jacobs, Leslie Mannès, Maxence Rey, Candy Saulnier, Jordi L. Vidal, Erika Zueneli
Production: Compagnie Mossoux-Bonté
Coproduction: Festival International Bellone Brigittines
Aided by: The "Wallonia-Brussels French Community
With the support of: CGRI

More informations

  • Place of capture : Le Palace
  • Collection : Mimos 2007

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