Year of production
Texas, mid-1970s. With the help of two teenagers, serial killer Dean Corll slaughtered approximately twenty young boys. Gisèle Vienne took these real events and adapted them to theater, with just one actor and a few puppets. That theatrical piece became a cult show. Now, Vienne herself brings it to film, with a splendid Jonathan Capdevielle and a bloodcurdling mise-en-scène.
A French-Austrian artist, choreographer and filmmaker. She has exhibited her photographs at the Whitney Museum in New York, the Centre Pompidou and the National Museum of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires, among others. She has published two books.