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Sans anesthésie

Canada, 1991 (MIFF 1992, Experimental)

Director: Robert Gauthier, Danielle Berard

Inspired by Butoh choreography and rein­forced by pixilation; a dance film with a differ­ence. A young woman, isolated in her apartment with TV and cigarettes, observes her neighbour. An ambience of tension; hysteria is growing...

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