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Fatum (Room 216)

Director: Ramón Gieling
During a police interrogation, the witness slowly changes into the suspect. Unconventional documentary that treats the ethical and moral issues of sexuality as a destructive force.
When do you cross the thin line between humanity and inhumanity? A man is asked by the police to help them with an investigation into a few very serious crimes. During the thorough, yet polite interrogation, the man gradually changes into a suspect. The recordings of the questioning are alternated with images of the crime scene and footage of two musicians rehearsing a piece for cello and violin.


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Title: Fatum (Room 216)
Year: 2017
Duration : 1 hour, 17 minutes
Category: Long Documentary
Edition: NFF 2018

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