By Eric Eidelstein | Indiewire July 16, 2014 at 10:44AM
Although Leos Carax released super short film "Gradiva" a couple months back, we're unearthing it now because frankly it's pretty freaking awesome.
The director, most recently known for his bizarre but beloved "Holy Motors," released "Gradiva" in May in order to promote the opening of art "Galeria Grativa," a new space in Paris. The short, running a little over two minutes long, is a tribute to sculpture," particularly Auguste Rodin's spectacular "The Thinker." The short also features some nudity and a strange conversation.
Watch "Gradiva" here.