Jumped off sprang off cut off.
The Nose is an adaptation of Nikolai Gogol’s short story. It follows a meddling bureaucrat, Kovalev, who wakes up one morning to find that he has lost his nose. Actually, it’s running around the city dressed as a most important personage.
Drawing on the silent film genre, this adaptation brings with it all the trappings of physical comedy and the silent film genre. It’s an irreverent, irreligious monstrosity, which delves into the world of alternative facts. In essence, The Nose is a critique of a society obsessed with appearance: how far can we fall when our nose is cut off?
Warning: Contains strobe lighting, haze effects, coarse language, adult themes, themes of violence