Director Sudeep Ranjan Sarkar’s film Lust is not a movie simply. In fact it is much more than a movie. It is a great union between poetry and painting. It can be termed as poetic cinema. Conceived, scripted and directed by Sudeep Ranjan Sarkar, Lust is his third offering after Umformung-The Transformation and Paradiso. Both the previous movies were showcased in Marche Du Cannes in 2017.
Lust is shot in gorgeous Black and White. The movie was shot in 2017 with a 2009 Canon 7D Camera and absolutely vintage discarded glass photographic lenses, without the aid of any artificial light. Only natural light was used. An important portion of the movie was shot using iphone 6S, Filmic pro App and Ztylus lenses. The cinematography has been done by Santanu Banerjee. The music has been composed by Sanjib Sarkar. The title song is song by Irish Greek actress-singer Anne – Marie O’Sullivan.
Sudeep Ranjan Sarkar treats this movie as homage to the cinemas of Andrei Tarkovsky, Abbas Kiarostami, Bernardo Bertolucci. Lust is minimalistic cinema as well as highly provocative. It deals with sexual taboos, political taboos and holds a warning to mankind and its future for its unbridled greed.
The movie is ready to hit global festival circuits and finely would be released in theatres in Europe and USA and digitally worldwide. The movie produced by Rita Jhawar, of NEZ Moving Pixels.
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