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N.Y., N.Y.

USA, 1958 (MIFF 1961, Programme 4)

Director: Francis Thompson

In this strange and beautiful film we see the city of New York as it appears when photographed through multiplying prisms, or reflected in mirrors The pictorial devices are used to make its appearance alive, glowing and intensely significant.

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