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A Ma Soeur
Film: 07 Mar 2001
By: FredAttal
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Released internationally under the title Fat Girl
http://www.ecrannoir.fr/films/01/amasoeur.htm

Sound design as practiced by Fred Attal (DIEZE studio in Paris) is often closer to music than it is to sound effects. Whether he is letting us hear what it would sound like to be inside a laptop looking out or what the sound of a ticking clock becomes to a psychologically disturbed character as in Mortel Transfert, directed by Jean-Jacques Beinex and released 13 January 2001. Attal's sounds have more to do with the inner mental states of film characters than they do with gun shots and car screeches.

You can hear more of the poetic spectral manipulations he did with Sylvain Lasseur in a film called A Ma Soeur (For My Sister)—the disturbing story of a young girl's loss of virginity as viewed through the eyes of her younger sister—directed by Catherine Breillat and released on 7 March 2001.


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