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Cinemablanc

Director: Andras Hamelberg, Frits Vogels
Four people go in search of love in a hotel.
Film as part of a film installation by the movement theatre company Griftheater, in which four people go in search of love in a hotel room near a railway line. Inspired by Margritte and Plato, the film visualises the central question: is what you see really what you see? In this way Magritte's 'trompe l'oeils' appear in the mirror and a voice announces Plato-like theses. Cinemablanc was shot in a former sanatorium in Hilversum and a deserted German railway station.
Title: Cinemablanc
Year: 1999
Duration : 50 minutes
Category: Short Feature
Edition: NFF 1999

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