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First Sight

UK, 1983 (MIFF 1984)

Director: Richard Keith Wolff

“Fight Sight” is a journey through the personal daydream of one Augusta September using vehicles of words, animation music and innovative cinematography . At the heart of the daydream is a river, parallel in nature to thought process. Augusta and the river converse until their intimacy is harshly invaded.

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