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Microsecond

USA, 1970 (MIFF 1971, Programme 7)

Director: Dan McLaughlin

An animated experimental film presenting an abstract interpretation of a microsecond. Split screen time-lapse clouds on one side; 3,000 years of history in quick stills on the other.

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