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Hangovers

UK, 1980 (MIFF 1981)

Director: Bill Mather

Another film in the series whose starting point of the film is the sound track, made by pinning a radio microphone to the central character The resulting "natural conversation was edited to five minutes and the animator allowed free visual interpretation. This one is about the conversations in a crowded bar.

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