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Body Image

Canada, 1992 (MIFF 1993, Documentary)

Director: Jaie Laplante, Sharon Mandelbaum

A short, 'intimate' documentary that attempts to investigate the inner sensualities that make all our bodies beautiful. It investigates our physicality as human beings, how we use our bodies and how conscious we are of the poten­tials of the flesh.

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