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| 5 min

This animated short explores the connections between sex, love and technology. A woman connects to the Internet. She not only embraces technology but surrenders to it entirely as she sends her entire body and soul to her electronic lover. In this world of Pandora's boxes, sexual desire and dehumanizing machine intertwine till they're finally and brutally disconnected.

  • director
    Michèle Cournoyer
  • animation
    Michèle Cournoyer
  • editing
    Richard Comeau
  • animation camera
    Pierre Landry
  • digital imaging specialist
    Susan Gourley
  • sound design
    Jean Derome
  • music
    Jean Derome
  • musician
    Jean Derome
    Guillaume Dostaler
    Bernard Falaise
    Diane Labrosse
    Pierre Tanguay
  • sound effects
    Martin Tétreault
    Esther Auger
  • sound recording
    Robert Langlois
    Geoffrey Mitchell
  • re-recording
    Jean Paul Vialard
  • administration
    Diane Régimbald
  • administrative team
    Mélanie Boudreau Blanchard
    Michèle Labelle
    Diane Martindale
  • marketing officer
    Julie Roy
  • laboratory
    Technicolor, Services créatifs, Montréal
  • technical coordination
    Andrée Delagrave
  • line producer
    Francine Langdeau
  • producer
    Marcel Jean
    Jean-Jacques Leduc


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Ages 13 to 17

Media Education - Consumerism
Social Studies - Contemporary Issues
Technology Education - Communications and Technology

A reflection on information and communications technologies. The evocative power of the metamorphoses here speaks to the computerization of society. Ask students to debate topical questions like connectivism, telematics, smart interfaces and online social media. Survey students about their opinions on the gradual shifting of the frontier between natural and artificial systems. What do they think about integrated interaction between living and synthetic organisms?

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