All things, even the simplest, can attract our attention. We are often surrounded by objects which are not in themselves attractive, but which can latch on to our imagination and conjure up associations of ideas.
Obviously, some visual elements of the film consist in a psychological reaction to more or less vague memories, scattered and rather abstract, but which have been given a shape in the film.
Nooraddin ZARRIN KELK
Born in 1937, Nooradin Zarrin Kelk is a renowned Iranian animator, concept artist, editor, graphic designer, illustrator, layout artist, photographer, script writer and sculptor. He studied pharmacy at Tehran University and holds a PharmD. Then he studied animation film in the Belgium Royal Academy Of Fine Arts (Raoul Servais) from 1969 till 1972 and directed his two first short films there, « Duty » and « A Playground for Baboush ». Zarrinkelk is currently a Professor at the faculty of fine art, Tehran University. Since 1971, he has been Jury member of various international animation festivals and illustration biennials. Zarrinkelk was elected as the president of ASIFA (Association International du Film d’Animation) by his peers in 2003.