A Flash Of Green
The notion of paradise has always been part of the mythology of my home state, Florida. In one sense, A Flash of Green is simply a modern exploration of Milton’s « Fortunate Fall ». As in a paradise lost, Satan is the charmer, the man of action with all the answers. Our Adam is an essentially good man who has become overwhelmed by the arbitrary nature of life, so wrapped up with what went wrong, that he forgets to make something out now. In such a state, a terrible action can appear to be the only way back into the world. Victor Nunez
He graduated at the Antioch College and in the UCLA. He worked as a director, a screen writer, a cameraman and an editor on many educational or corporate films. He was a teacher. In 1975, he decided to dedicate only to direction. His three first feature films were shown at The Directors’ Fortnight. Ruby in Paradise won in 1993 the Grand Prize in Sundance.
Jean de Baer
Victor Nunez d’après le roman de John Mac Donald
Gus Holzer, Victor Nunez
Production : American Playhouse, Gainsville, Floride, USA Vente à l’étranger : Virgin Films Limited,Londres, Grande-Bretagne