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Pierre Guimond Betwixt Freud and Dracula

Canada, 1979 (MIFF 1980, Programme 4)

Director: Michel Poulette

A portrait of an artist who works with material generated by publicity He cuts ads in magazines and puts them together in a new way making a reflection about our society, a criticism of our epoch.

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