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Hunter

Germany, 1990 (MIFF 1991, Documentary)

Director: Robert Frank

Curious drama/mystery/documentary from veteran filmmaker-photographer Robert Frank. Made in the Ruhr region in winter '89, Frank was given an entirely open commission to make a film that captured the atmosphere of the region. This dark and mysterious tale of a traveller going by train and car through the landscape of the Ruhr, is his response.

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