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Neon

Australia, 1980 (MIFF 1981, Film Schools)

Director: Alexander Proyas, Salik Silverstein

A single frame time-lapse journey through Sydney, the surrealistic city. Figures dart in and out of the shadows of the night. A kaleidoscope of imagery flies by. The music drives the images to a tumultuous climax.

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