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I’m a Star!

Austria, 2002 (MIFF 2003, Animation)

Director: Stefan Stratil

A lonely man, a cigarette, a hotel hallway— this is the setting for an ironic take on Sinatra lore. Fueled by the contents of his flask, he staggers for all eternity through the corridors of a hotel whose name he has forgotten, his macho image looking increasingly absurd.

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