Make Me Up
- 1h 24min
- Directed by: Rachel Maclean
- Cast: Rachel Maclean, Christina Gordon, Colette Dalal Tchantcho
A new film work by Scottish artist Rachel Maclean, her first long feature using actors, in which Siri (Gordon) and Alexa (Tchantcho) find themselves trapped in a candy-coloured dreamhouse presided over by an authoritarian diva (Maclean) who speaks in the voice of Kenneth Clark from the BBC series Civilisation.
This film is not currently showing in cinemas.
Acclaimed Scottish multimedia artist Rachel Maclean delivers a bold, glossy and powerful debut art drama about the role of women in society and how they have been depicted in art and art history. Marking 100 years of women’s suffrage, the film blends comedy and subversive drama filtered through Mac, Lean’s surreal and pop-coloured aesthetic. The film imagines a dystopian future where a group of women are trapped in a glossy TV-style competition overseen by the Figurehead, who speaks only in the voice and words of Kenneth Clark from Civilisation (1969).
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