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An Interview with Juval Marlon, Director of Perverted Desire

by Mike Haberfelner

December 2019

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Your new movie Perverted Desire - in a few words, what is it about?


This short film is about a guy who lives isolated in his own world, not able to connect with people. Isolation, loneliness and unfulfilled desires are its topic.


To ask quite bluntly, why teddy bears?


The teddy bears and also the other stuffed animals are meant to indicate that the man has stopped in his cognitive development, these material friends from his childhood are still with him.

He has no idea how to deal with people and communicate with them, so in the end he manifests the woman in the teddy bear in order to be able to perform the ęactĽ.


(Other) sources of inspiration when writing Perverted Desire?


Perverted Desire resulted from a small idea that I suddenly had, like some of my other short films, and then I started to write a short script.


You've chosen to make Perverted Desire a dialogue-free movie - why is that, and was it planned like that from the get-go or did it only turn out that way only during writing or maybe even during production?


This was planned from the very beginning to underline the lack of communication and the loneliness the main character goes through. The pictures shall speak for themselves.


Now I interpreted Perverted Desire as a very dark comedy, something I gather you don't quite agree to - so what's your take on things, and even if you don't share my point of view, do you at all understand where it's coming from?


Itís actually very interesting that someone can see a comedy in this, which again proves the fact that everyone can experience the same film in very different ways. Perverted Desire wasnít meant to be funny or even a dark comedy, so I donít really know at which parts you could laugh, but then again itís up to the viewer's interpretation.


Do talk about your cast, and why exactly these two?


I asked Thomas Goersch if he wants to do it, and after I sent him the script he didnít hesitate for a second and agreed. As for the female role we both went through our contacts, and Thomas recommended Ulrike RŲder to me and I agreed.


A few words about the shoot as such, and the on-set atmosphere?


The shoot was focused and happened fast, which means that we shot everything within a few hours on a Sunday in November. There were no problems on set, which also was because the two actors knew each other before and had worked together once.


The $64-question of course, where can your movie be seen?


This question is a bit difficult to answer because I donít know yet how or where this movie will be released. Its duration is only around 10 minutes, which means that it might come out with other short films or as an extra at some point in time.


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Anything else you're dying to mention and I have merely forgotten to ask?


Thank you for your interest in my work and for the interview.


Thanks for the interview!


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