I always trick myself into thinking Spike Jonze has directed a ton of feature films. In actuality, the number is only three -- 'Being John Malkovich,' 'Adaptation' and 'Where the Wild Things Are.' Perhaps that's because of all the non-feature work he's done -- six short films, countless music videos, and a whole bunch of skateboard highlight reels. For his latest project, a short film called 'Mourir Aprés de Toi' (or 'To Die By Your Side'), Jonze explores the psyche of a skeleton, who lives on the cover of 'Macbeth' in the famous 'Shakespeare and Company' bookstore in Paris.
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