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Livingroom/Schönberg

Austria (MIFF 1992, Experimental)

Director: Hiebler Ertl

The film hves m a high nse flat Where have all the flowers gone? What is spilt on the living room table? Rhythmic agitation, repetition, colour reversal, etc, dis-enthrall corridors, liv­ing space and the view, to re-install the frame's afterimage between the frame's jamb (GC)

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