Every country has its own distinct styles of filmmaking, but I’m particularly fond of French cinema. It’s not an elitist thing; my favourite French films are mostly slapstick comedies that even a non-fluent French speaker such as myself can enjoy. So I was rather disappointed that the French film I actually appear in was only shown on television. However I do still have an idea for a screenplay that I may develop one of these days.
Robinson Crusoë (2003)
Deux frères (screenplay)
A love triangle between two brothers and the daughter of white émigrés who become friends in childhood. The story takes place primarily over the course of the fourth republic (1946-1958), with political events visible in the background but not central to the story. The jazz soundtrack is contemporary to the period, and the recurring melody is Midnight in Moscow.