French filmmaker Vincent Vesco won multiple awards for his lauded short film ‘La Tangente’, a story about the lives of two strangers intersecting and then taking a course – literally and figuratively – where the destination is undetermined. But his other work is vastly different. Focusing away from narrative filmmaking and honing in on very short clips of 2 minutes and under, Vesco brings us ‘Kama’, a film named after the Hindu God of love and desire.

Taryn Andreatta Kama video

Model Taryn Andreatta features as a very modern incarnation of desire. Dancing between mirrors to a grindingly remixed Paradise Circus by Massive Attack, Vesco’s video plays perfectly to her strengths: her confidence and comfort with baring skin, and her cascades of waist-length hair.

Watch the video below.

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