The films of Isabelle Nouzha show a fascination for old surrealist and horror films. Her work explores the dark hidden corners of the human soul and she veils her phantasmagorias in an atmosphere, as obscure as it is intense. The visual design and the subject matter refer to early avant-garde film. Her completely suggestive, film-noirs evoke an obsessive and fatalist world, populated by alienating characters. They are unheimisch fables, destructured narratives, interwoven with whimsical textures, industrial soundscapes, concrete foley sound effects, imaginings of anxiety and confusion.