John Doe

© InFlux | Federico Fiori, Francesca Lenzi

choreography: Marco Valerio Amico, Rhuena Bracci
whit: Sissj Bassani, Alessia Berardi, Rhuena Bracci, Anna Marocco
sound: Roberto Rettura
set and light: Giovanni Marocco

Marco Valerio Amico, Rhuena Bracci and Roberto Rettura continue the research on the “live cinema” with this first movement starting from a name: John Doe, name used in the legal language to describe a person which identity is unknown, for example a recovery of a corpse.
In the centre of the scene a red armchair, a rest of a bourgeois environment, immerse in lights stolen to a “noir” landscape. In this habitat a sense of emptiness and wait that remind the tales of Raymond Carver, the oneiric foreboding of the surrealist cinema and the metaphysical loneliness of Edward Hopper’s paintings. The action seems unfold frame by frame, where fragments of mysterious being touch lightly or weave together. There is no kind of story, the visual assonance is the way, it looks like a photography, we only can imagine what is happened and what will happen to the characters that appear only few instants.