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Ludmilla, a force of nature driven on a voyage of discovery by the ghost of her grandfather, seduces and spell-binds two writers to secrete the essence of their genius.

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What I wanted to do with Muse is create an entertaining short film that people could relate to. From the beginning I decided that the story should be minimalist and surprising. I knew that experimenting with narrative structure was one of the main aspects behind Muse, so my question was: Who is the creator? Is it the artist or the muse? In asking this question, I started to find at this point a very strong premise of interest, necessary in order to progress: two writers compelled to need each other for opposing reasons; a woman who is desired by both writers.

Muse is not a mainstream film; its cultural background is to be found in European cinema and 1900’s European literature and art. The film has potential for development in a multi screen environment and in a series. Its themes are universal; therefore it is a film good for every audience.
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