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Indian Summer

USA, 2002 (MIFF 2003, Experimental)

Director: Carolyn Dobbe

On December 1, 2001 it was 66 degrees (19 Celsius) in NYC: an Indian Summer that comes to an icy end. Dobbe carefully builds up the days contemplative mood with a classic filmic eye for detail, colour and movement.

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