Ingmar Bergman said it best: “To shoot a film is to organize an entire universe.” And French writer/director Michel Gondry has been heeding this advice since the 90s. With his start in music videos — Foo Fighters, “Everlong;” Björk, “Bachelorette;” Kylie Minogue, “Come Into My World” — Gondry has specialized in handmade worlds that are left of center and slightly magical. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Mood Indigo explored dark and depressing subject matter through these worlds, but they are products of an adult dealing with adult conflicts. What about the world of a teenager? Their world is … Continue reading MICROBE & GASOLINE