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Nocturnals

Italy, 1985 (MIFF 1987, Video Fashions)

Director: Hi-Tech / Vritti Opera

A mix of fashion music painting and computer graphics shot in a 16th century Roman pavilion, during a parade of Roberto Capucci's collection. A fashion video compilation of material from the Mecca of style.

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