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Flaneur

Denmark, 1992 (MIFF 1993, Experimental)

Director: Torben Skjodt Jensen

The strolling flaneur was the forerunner of 20th century travellers and their obsession with taking photographs. A whirl-wind trip through sensory superimpositions of all the world's most famous tourist icons.

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