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In Time of Angels

UK, 1994 (MIFF 1994, Animation Focus)

Director: David Alexander Anderson

Have you ever wished you could reverse time or bring dreams to life? If so, you will like this manipulation of images in real time to animation. The difference, in a Gothic sense, between fate and destiny, is central to this film and its bygone imagery.

The new film from the dual Kino Award winning director of Door and Deadsy.

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