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La Surface Perdue

France, 1965 (MIFF 1966, Programme 17)

Director: Dolorés Grassian

The film involves the spectator in a surrealist world of surveyors who are first convinced that they must find a missing surface and are then instructed that having found it they must lose it - as it does not exist.

Grand Prix, Tours Festival.

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