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Published on Apr 19, 2013
MOCAtv presents a short film about LA. Look out for the flyer for the Urs Fischer Gala at MOCA prominently visible in the opening of the film.
Magic Hour is about isolation versus intimacy. Grey (Chloe Sevigny) is married and living in a home that is bathed in beauty and warmth. But, she is imprisoned by her own isolation. Los Angeles reinforces and adds to her stagnation, but the inability to connect lives inside of her. Her isolation is such that she can only open up to her husband when they are separated by a telephone. The reveal of this short vignette is that her husband has been right outside, on the other side of the wall, the whole time and she knows it.
Synopsis by Tatiana Von Furstenberg
Director Tara Subkoff Starring Chloe Sevigny, Alexander Yulish Screenplay Tatiana Von Furstenberg, Tara Subkoff Executive Producer Tatiana Von Furstenberg Producers Lisa Addario, Joey Syracuse, Tara Subkoff Director of Photography Brian Rigney Hubbard Production Designer Tara Subkoff Art Director Rene Navarrette Script Supervisor LuLu Syracuse Hair and Make-Up Amber Kerns Costume Design Chloe Sevigny Tara Subkoff Paintings/Original Artwork Konstantin Kakanias Greensmen Rene Navarrette LuLu Syracuse Kid Actors in montage dream sequence LuLu Syracuse & Auggie Syracuse Production Sound Mixer Phillip Bladh Editor Elliott Traeger Colorist Robert Curreri Music Supervisor Serena Undercofler Original Song "Madeleine" by Lissy Trullie