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2 Figures Against

USA, 1994 (MIFF 1995, Animation)

Director: Alain Le Razer

Somewhere on earth in a corner darkened by war two figures struggle to survive. Before all, duties are met. But the pull of life and the mag­netism of bodies sweep the two characters into a dance of forgetting. War seems to have no end thus only water, fire and love can clean the air in this peace promoting sand animation film.

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