FOR THE Year of the Super-Waif Peter Greenaway took the exploitation of a child saint as the subject for The Baby of Macon (18). The director claims the film was in part inspired by the infamous Benetton poster of a new-born infant. But being Greenaway, his Baby comes swaddled in an elaborate cloak of ideas and visual imagery. Set in Counter-Reformatory France, the film allows Greenaway to indulge many of his favourite themes: consumerism, Christian iconography, the Baroque and, of course, sex and death. It all proved too much for some critics, but The Baby of Macon remains one of last year's most imaginative releases. The film came out this month on video (Electric, pounds 15.99): we have 15 copies to give away, along with 15 CDs of the early-music soundtrack (Koch International). To win simply answer the following question:
Who is Greenaway's great cinematographer, who worked on The Baby of Macon?
Answers, on a postcard, to 'Baby', Arts Desk, Independent on Sunday, 40 City Rd, London EC1Y 2DB, by Fri 18 Feb.