NAOSHIMA (DREAM ON THE TONGUE)
NAOSHIMA (dream on the tongue) is the crossing of a small Japanese island in the Seto Inland Sea. Since the 1990s, it has been threatened with exodus, its population is shrinking and aging, and its industry is in decline. Under the impetus of an impressive contemporary art sponsorship project, Naoshima is transformed. The pure and timeless lines of the three museums designed by Tadao Ando, the contemporary in situ works of art blend into the landscape, scattered along its shores, in the shade of its forest. The presence of art worries, fascinates, inspires, disturbs and becomes the beating heart of the island. Through the tale of a dream or a memory, an island emerges where the presence of art springs from a primitive nature and resonates with the fragile permanence of daily traditions and rites. She challenges the representations of the inhabitants and confronts them with this haunting question: what is beauty?
Best Int. Fiction Film Award 2017 | Award for Narrative Research 2016 | People’s Choice Award 2016 | Audience Award & Best Film 2015
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