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Long Live The New Flesh

Belgium, 2009 (MIFF 2010, Experimental)

Director: Nicolas Provost

Nicolas Provost uses existing classic horror films and creates a new horror where each scene devours the last.

D/P/S Nicolas Provost TD 35mm/2009

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