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Even with the problems of the digital age –during Morelia I’ve watched digitized films freeze, or computerized subtitles fail to launch – I must say that the few times I’ve seen actual film copies projected here at Morelia, I’ve been shocked by the worn copies, full of scratches and dirt, and indifferent attempts at focusing by projectionists. The first screening is of three films that won the Prix Jean Vigo, an award for unique and characteristic style, this year: first the short “La Vie Parisienne” by Vincent Diestchy, then the 67-minute “L’age atomique” by Héléna Klotz, and finally Louis Garrel’s “La règle de toi,” in which he also acted. Only Klotz is in attendance, dressed like Britney Spears in the kind of short shorts where you can see the pockets peeking out beneath the cutoff legs, over black tights. Before the films are screened, she tells us that the actors in. »

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