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Nook & Cranny

The Netherlands, 2008 (MIFF 2008, Shorts)

Director: Francien van Everdingen

Nook & Cranny
A disarmingly straightforward film whose luminosity and embroidered craft raises what has become commonplace in the digital back into a realm of aesthetic pleasure.
D/P Francien van Everdingen WS Filmbank TD 16mm/2007/3mins

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