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COME WELL
SERCH WELL
DREAM WELL!


WASTEPLANET
2021/ DANCE FILM /8’

PRODUCED BY
COORPI

PERFORMED BY
Susanna della Sala
Marianne Magne
Babar Peerzeda
Melody Sample
Tao Ruspoli
Lily Johnson
Stefan Ashkenazy

MUSIC BY
Vittorio De Vecchi

CINEMATOGRAPHY BY
Tanmay Chowdhary

EDITED BY
Susanna della Sala 
Tanmay Chowdhary

WRITTEN, DIRECTED, CHOREOGRAPHED BY Susanna della Sala

ART INSTALLATIONS BY
Angler Grove / Randy Polumbo
Atlantis Inn / Marco Walker & Tomek Sadurski
Lighthouse / Shigley
Waste sign / K.H.K & The Trash Pirates
Naked Revelations / Momo Museum Number Two / Moral Turgeman
Dream Demon / Melody Sample
Showtown / Stefan Ashkenazy
The Death Ship / Sean Guerrero
Swing / Ssippi and Damon James Duke

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A fairy-tale journey in the planet of waste produced by modernization, but also an allegory of a spiritual journey towards awareness and acceptance of the self. 


THE DIRECTOR’S THINKS..

The project was born from the very location in which it is set: Bombay Beach, south of the California desert. They call it wasteland, the land of waste. Here resides a community made up of people who, for the most diverse reasons, have found themselves having to live far from the traditional schemes of modern society.
In our age there's a system of powers and forces that end up producing a culture of waste; the victims of this culture are precisely the weakest and most fragile human beings, expelled from a gear that must be efficient at all costs. The production of human waste is an inevitable result of modernization, as is the progressive death of choral life and the loss of identity.
An age incapable of accepting the fantastic, the myth, the memory, the reflection on the metaphysical.
In an allegorical interpretation, where the actors are real inhabitants of the place, we come to see a deeper meaning, a symbolic journey towards the realization of one's own potential that involves a painful limit to overcome.
The physical movement understood as a defective constraint from which it seems impossible to free oneself, the harnessed, impeded and caged body finally surrenders and accepts its uniqueness.