Poor Cherries



LA-based director and photographer Jimmy Marble’s latest film was influenced by Czech avant-garde director Věra Chytiiová’s Daisies (1966), which was a colorful frolic through banquets, boyfriends, and the bourgeoisie. Known for making poppy commercial content, Marble’s newest project takes a playful approach to the world around us.

The American filmmaker explains how he “used strong visuals to play with emotions in an unconscious way. Like music, it is impressionistic, in that you’re trying to create more of a mood than a story.” The resulting film is an offbeat dayglo daydream told through the eyes of two irreverent characters, who cherish lovers’ quarrels and summer clouds in equal measure.

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