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HI. RAN. GUN. SHIN.

Japan, 1985 (MIFF 1987, Time and Timeless - Japanese Video Art)

Director: Ko Nakajima

A computer graphic work based upon the theme of Japan's symbolic Mt. Fuji. An experimental treatment of a traditional Japanese icon. Mt. Fuji is a common element in traditional woodprinting, sumi-e painting and now in contemporary computer graphic art.

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