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Man and Woman on a quest. On a search of themselves and their lost identity. Who is she and who is he? Are they one, or did they already forget?

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Man and Woman on a quest. On a search of themselves and their lost identity. Who is she and who is he? Are they one, or did they already forget?

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According to the Bible, God created woman from the rib of man. In consideration of modern technology, today we would call this "cloning". In "Männin" Mika'Ela Fisher proposes a very personal Version of the original sin: for if Eve is the opposite or the clone of Adam, how can they fall in love with themselves? To the Point of wanting to bite into that apple. Narrations from the writings of two esteemed men are featured in "Männin". First the religious leader ,Martin Luther, who originated the term "Männin",as well as the author,Franz Kafka,who professed man's Basic nature in his works. See more »

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An astonishing film
12 April 2015 | by See all my reviews

In her 20 minute short film Männin, Mika'Ela Fisher, presents us with a schizophrenic vision of her own body that serves as a paradigm of a universal human entity. The film's magic use of make-up and light to transform her into the same man and woman is the motor behind the meeting of a "Me" split into two bodies of different sexes. Language, punctuated by the accompaniment of a cello, also plays a part; the drama of the "I" providing a counterpoint for the divided "Me" is expressed both in German, the native language of Mika'Ela, and then in French, her adopted language. An astonishing film which promises more surprises in the future when Mika'Ela completes her next project, a full length feature film.


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