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Echo

USA (MIFF 2005, fiction)

Director: Stephen Hamel

If nothing else, let the inspired casting of a movie star in the role of Narcissus draw you to the theatre. Reminiscent of Pasolini's Oedipus Rex, this superb short evokes the stark brutality of Greek myth through the story of Echo.
D/S Stephen Hamel P Stephen Hamel, Keanu Reeves WS Company Films TD video/B&W/2004/17mins

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