First Look: Michel Gondry’s Wacky ‘Mood Indigo’ with Audrey Tatou

Ah, now this is the Michel Gondry I love! While I caught the premiere of his other film The We and the I in Cannes, and didn’t care for it much, this looks like he’s getting back to his roots, the kind of quirky, kinky, wacky, odd little filmmaking about romance filled with Gondry things. Mood Indigo is an indie romantic fantasy being shot in Paris, and The Playlist got their hands on batch of new photos from Le Monde of the film, and a few behind-the-scenes shots as well. There are miniatures, weird vehicles, and funky but lovely set pieces galore, plus a warm glow to it that reminds me of earlier films (e.g. Science of Sleep). See below! Here’s 10 of our favorite Mood Indigo photos, from the full gallery that originates on Le Monde. Take a look: Gondry’s Mood Indigo, based on Boris Vian’s 1947 novel “L’Ecume des jours” …

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