As we eagerly await the latest in Hélène Cattet & Bruno Forzani’s electrifying brand of experimental neo-giallo, THE STRANGE COLOUR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS, to hit the U.S, French distributor Shellac has made a new clip from the film available online.

Like the filmmakers’ first feature AMER and previous wealth of short films, STRANGE COLOUR is so varied, experiential and particularly stylish in its approach that this brief clip ends up but one tiny, tantalizing preview. The film finds a man return home to his Art Nouveau-adorned apartment building to find his wife missing. His search throughout the halls and homes of his neighbors only turn into sexual, violent and sexually violent detours. It’s a transfixing, singular film and it’s entirely frustrating we’ve yet to hear anything as far as U.S. distribution goes.

Until then, enjoy this clip and see our review of THE STRANGE COLOUR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS here.

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