Insights: A Cine-poem on Vision (2011)

| Documentary, Short, Music
A cine-poem dedicated to the abstract study of vision. Following the avant-garde cinematic tradition, it breaks linearity and repositions its meaning to another level of interpretation. ... See full summary »

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Jacqueline Lentzou (as Zaklin Lentzou)

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A cine-poem dedicated to the abstract study of vision. Following the avant-garde cinematic tradition, it breaks linearity and repositions its meaning to another level of interpretation. Through the interviews of a blind man, a 6-year old and a 80-year old woman, the film picks up moods and emotions resulting in a rare audiovisual experience, suggesting new ways of seeing, reaching the meditation state. The three people never reveal their themselves, but unravel their thoughts and private stories about love, time, end and loneliness. Written by Anonymous

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UK

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English

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