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Blown Fuse

Norway, 1988 (MIFF 1989, Fiction)

Director: John Ege

A psychological study of a 'fragile' couple through a kaleidoscope of fractured images. What is left is a mood, a glimpse, leaving the audience ta contemplate and consider various solutions.

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