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Topos (1985)
Τόπος (original title)
Fiction, 85 min
 
Production country   Greece
Language   Greek
Director   Antoinetta Angelidi
Scriptwriters   Antoinetta Angelidi, Clairi Mitsotaki
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Plot
A parable on time. A game of metamorphoses. A passage after a death, a second death. A woman gives birth and dies. At the moment of her death, a moment at midway point, like the beginning of sleep, her face disintegrates and assumes the aspects of those who stand by her at her death. A descent begins, images of profound memory rise to the surface and the body is torn by the conflicts of those who inhabit it. It becomes a field of agitation. Its voice - its unique voice - dissolves into many voices and many roles. Mourning ends, when the cycle of descent ends and the body is abandoned by the forms which inhabited it. The universe remains empty. A painting for him who looks at it may become his secret dream, a dream never seen in sleep and yet which persistently incites to wakefulness.
 
Technical Specifications Image / Sound
Color / Black & White   Color
Sound format   Mono
Aspect ratio   1.66:1
Production format   35mm
Distribution format   35mm
 
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