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Lift

Belgium, 1973 (MIFF 1976)

Director: Lorisgnol Philippe

A clerk re-ties his tie in the lift during its thirty-second journey from his flat to the ground floor. During the following days, he gradually adds to his sartorial activities, then extends his range of actions in an exciting race against time. Until one day…

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