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Sang D'Encre

France, 1995 (MIFF 1996, Fiction)

Director: Laurent de Bartillat

Virtuoso technique offers a glimpse inside the mind of a compulsive gambler teeming with odds calculations, combinations figures and forecasts A film in the first person. Agitated, abstract, masterfully conceived and controlled. (MM)

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