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This cinematic tale opens on a surreal note: with a traffic jam caused by a wounded elephant. Our heroine, Carice, abandons her car and walks trance-like through a wood to visit her husband in hospital. Along the way, she is confronted by a number of bizarre characters: a blind pig keeper, an alien-looking baby, a Swiss secret policeman... The surreal encounters do not stop there. The hospital is eerie and foreboding. When Carice’s whistling wakes up an apparently dead body in the morgue, she soon realises that the aged cadaver she’s talking to is her future self.
Praise for Pachyderme:
“Pachyderme describes my own unease. I want artists to take me far from every sensation I’ve ever felt before, into territory that is less the perversion than the reflection of some intimate, forceful urge. In Pachyderme lies something mysterious and obvious that must, above all, not be explained.” MOEBIUS – Jean Giraud