Live Action Short Film contender Censor of Dreams takes us to a place we rarely visit. A team of hardworking and weary people are in charge of altering and hiding the potentially harmful images that pop up in our subconscious when we fall asleep. If you are dealing with a trauma, you can push it down as much as you can in your everyday life, but your dreams don’t have the same consideration.
In this exclusive chat, moderator Danny Lennon talks with directors Léo Berne and Raphaël Rodriguez, stars Yoko Higashi and Damien Bonnard, and art director Marco Puig. They talk about adapting this story from its Japanese source material and how a 1960’s Soviet library was the perfect place to film this emotionally charged, wacky story.