This week, actress, writer, director Jessica Hinkson is back on the show with a number of projects on the go. But she took time out of her busy schedule to talk to us about Jean-Marc Vallée’s 2011 time-jumping drama “Café de Flore”.
Anyone who’s seen Vallée’s work knows that he’s got a way with music as it intertwines with visuals - and Café de Flore is a prime example of that. Shifting, gorgeous, and controversial - this film is a fascinating look at the kinds of movies one of the most sought after directors in the world choose to make after they’ve finished making their Oscar-nominated money pictures. As an added bonus - learn more about the history of Leonard Cohen’s Suzanne - which was recently covered by Andrea Ramolo with a music video directed by Jessica. You can rent or buy Café de Flore on iTunes or Google Play right now. And make sure to follow Jessica Hinkson’s work on her social media:
And see the music video for Andrea Ramolo’s version of Suzanne here: