Le Temps de l’Amour — Jeanne Bonjour
Le Temps de l’Amour is a cover version of Françoise Hardy’s music, a 1962 song that tells a story that seems to be very current.
To reinforce this idea of highlighting heritage, I chose to use a place with a history as a backdrop: the Saint George swimming pool in Rennes, built in art deco style in the 1920s.
This setting also has the interest of following a change of artistic direction for her future project. Leaving this ghostly and serious image that she had in previous music videos, and going in a more popular way: by putting her in a public place, this old swimming pool.
This clip takes the form of a life’s journey.
The genesis of this journey is from the edge of a diving board, alone in front of so much water and possibilities.
The journey continues with a concrete movement leading her to the changing rooms of the pool: the first heterogeneous meeting place, with people of various physical and mentalities.
The journey ends in an idealized dream where everything is shiny. The character of Jeanne finally interacts with others.
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Making off :
Malo Le Guen