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Orders of Love

UK (MIFF 2005, documentary)

Director: J Benstock

With the birth of his son, comedy director Jes Bestock explores his previously sidelined family in a paranoid attempt to protect his child from the darker side of his gene pool. Combining computer graphics and video, this amusing short doc looks at the family in all its complexity.
D Jes Benstock P Jes Benstock, T. Bass S Jes Benstock, G. Kennedy WS Short Circuit TD video/col, B&W/2004/10mins

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