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Karkador

Japan, 1986 (MIFF 1987, Australian Sites: North)

Director: Peter Callas

Computer-generated images trace the words of a song by the Japanese pop group 'P-Model'. The words are about a man peering into a mirror and experiencing deja-vu.

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