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Passage Briare

Austria, 2009 (MIFF 2010, Experimental)

Director: Friedl vom Gröller

A brief silent encounter between a man and a woman on the Passage Briare in Paris becomes a respite from the fear of getting old.

D/P/S Friedl vom Gröller WS SixPackFilm L no dialogue TD 16mm/2009

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