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Glimmer

UK, 2000 (MIFF 2001, Experimental)

Director: Tom Paine, Siobhan Liddell

New Years Eve. and the streets are ablaze with light in London. Still, some have to take the bus. Here the light shines upon the passenger, and the elemental threads of humanity are sewn into a fabric of momentum amidst the tales of the night.

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