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Julien Temple Videoreview

Italy, 1987 (MIFF 1987, Video/Music - Italy)

Director: Paolo Nitti

Portrait and self-portrait of a director who continues to travel between major features and music clips. Shot in Venice, the interview is peppered with excerpts from his projects from the telefilm It's All True and Absolute Beginners to his recent music clips.

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