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One Dau Trois 123

UK, 2002 (MIFF 2003, Experimental)

Director: Gilly Booth

A Godard-inspired absurdist drama about desire and politics. One Dau Trois 123 features a man and woman in conversation with each other, the off-screen director, a Welsh taxi driver, a Parisian anarchist and graphic interventions.

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