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Angus

Australia, 2002 (MIFF 2002, Experimental)

Director: Nick Moore & Ann Nolan

Presented as the 'found frames of an alter-ego losing the key', Angus is a humorous video that uses grating repetition and a techno soundtrack to dissect and intensify an everyday experience of idiotic frustration.

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