Mulvany & Rogers

The Ghosts of Versailles














We like to think that the hallmark of our work is our evocation of atmosphere in a piece. In the film you're about to see we've taken that idea to its logical extreme.

The Ghosts of Versailles is a deserted Versailles garden pavilion. Once the setting for fine summer pleasures, time and the elements have made their mark. Gilded boiseries are split and worn; mirrors, dull and foxed, dimly reflect the cracked painted ceiling. Ivy creeps in and seeping rain has worked inexorably through the dome and into the very fabric of the walls.

These changes are the effect of the slow, relentless passage of time.

But there is also evidence of a sudden and disturbing event.

BROKEN GLASS, ABANDONED DANCING SHOES, AN UNOPENED LETTER, A DRIFT OF LEAVES, AND EVERYWHERE......
.....FEATHERS

The Ghosts of Versailles was made by the young film makers Max Mulvany and Sam Vincent. See more of their work at SurrealistStudios.com

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