- English spoken
It’s raining cats and dogs in the opening of Jellywolf. In between the raindrops, bright neon colours burst off the screen in this dystopian and futuristic fairy tale that seems inpired by the stories of Philip K. Dick. Key to the sensuous story is an old box full of relics inspired by Chanel’s classic no. 5 perfume. Stay nosey.
In a mysterious shop, the contents of the box are used in a spot of modern witchcraft to create a secret cocktail. Scent functions as both memory and a fantasy guiding towards a higher plane of conciousness. The role of women proves pivotal here, in particular the lead’s late grandmother. But scent isn’t the only guide towards different sensations; the hallucinatory images and trance-like music of Sexwitch provide a commotion, ending up at the one message that sticks: Women smell better.