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From the Inside; About the outside

Austria, 2006 (MIFF 2007)

Director: Albert Sackl

The filmmaker stoically animates his naked body in single frame exposures. An impressive exercise in technical precision, which gathers momentum as the rules of the film's construction play against the rhythms of the natural world.


D/P Albert Sackl WS Sixpackfilm L No dialogue TD 16mm/col/2006/21mins

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