FACES (helene)
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An unnamed woman who might be the inspiration behind the two famous lines from playwright Christopher Marlowe’s play “The Tragedy of Dr. Faustus” is the central figure in this film. There are hints of the presence of Helen of Troy. Her beauty, her sensuality, her very presence sparked one of the most famous and terrifying wars in history, moving two gigantic powerhouse civilizations, the Greeks and the Trojans, into war…for ten years; nearly decimating their countries.

“Faces” is a short experimental film directed by Michael Babbitt and starring Clark Sarullo (“Necessary Roughness”, “Drop Dead Diva”).

Comments (3)

  • Posted October 2, 2015

    […] Recently, she has begun to broaden her artistic endeavors to include film. She is currently building her resume with local short films and industrial work and enjoys collaborating with local artists on a variety of projects. You can also see her (as well as her husband and three daughters) in Bombshell Studio’s short film, Faces (Helene). […]

  • Posted November 25, 2015

    […] and shown at the 2015 FilmSpark festival. In addition, Michael’s (director) short film FACES (helene) was chosen to be part of the ‘best of” […]

  • Posted April 14, 2016

    […] Recently, she has begun to broaden her artistic endeavors to include film. She is currently building her resume with local short films and industrial work and enjoys collaborating with local artists on a variety of projects. You can also see her (as well as her husband and three daughters) in Bombshell Studio’s short film, Faces (Helene). […]

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