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Fury is a Feeling Too

Federal Republic of Germany, 1983 (MIFF 1984)

Director: Cynthia Beatt

Prize winner at 1984 MFF returns as part of the competition's 30th anniversary, with director Cynthia Beatt (The Party) Eluding easy catagonzation, this film is both a documentary on the city of Berlin and a personal essay on alienation and being an alien in that city Cyn­thia Beatt raises questions and provokes reflec­tion on a wide range of issues concerning language and culture, politics and history.

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