Films byTexts by Jean-Daniel Pollet
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Jean-Daniel Pollet, 1963, 44’

A subjective voyage through the civilisation, the spaces and the light of the Mediterranean, accompanied by a text by Philippe Sollers and Antoine Duhamel’s music. 

 

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Jean-Daniel Pollet, 1964, 9’

After Méditeranée, Pollet returns to Bassae, a Greek archeological site located in the heart of the Peloponnesian peninsula.

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Jean-Daniel Pollet, 1968, 88’

A cinematographic poem in the form of variations around the theme of Robinson, a utopian fable freely inspired by Daniel Defoe’s novel, which speaks above all of solitude: the immense weakness of today’s man in the face of loneliness is no longer that of the hero of the eighteenth century.

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Jean-Daniel Pollet, Maurice Born, 1973, 44’

Raimondakis speaks in the name of the lepers. He has spent 36 years of his life on the Greek island of Spinalonga, where a leper colony was based from 1904 to 1957.