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Emmy

France, 1995 (MIFF 1996, Reel Dance)

Director: Daniel Larrieu

On the theme of the auto-portrait, this film presents several aspects of the same solo, danced live, shot on video and projected in 16mm Different points of view captured by the eye of a moving camera.

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