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The Occupied Sky

France, 1984 (MIFF 1986)

Director: Henri Herre

A bleak vision of the future where Big Brother watches one s every action Video cameras methodically scan the exterior of an apartment building while an expressionless voice records the actions of individuals shown on the screen. Evidence of an illicit love affair gradually accumulates.

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