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3.5
20 Ratings

Parallel Space: Inter-View

Directed by Peter Tscherkassky
Austria, 1992
Short, Avant-Garde

Synopsis

Parallel Space: Inter-View was entirely shot with an analog photo camera. It is a film about the longing for intimacy, a film about the distance between the searching gaze and the world.

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Parallel Space: Inter-View Directed by Peter Tscherkassky

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  • anarresti's rating of the film Parallel Space: Inter-View

    Probably a very bad idea for people with epilepsia (or other conditions triggered by flashing lights) to watch this. It's a harsh journey, through abstraction, conducted by Tscherkassky. His written words come up in a mac desktop like clues, only to let us slip again into his world of fragmented overlaping images, crushed semantics and looping sounds. Here, the light keeps flashing, film alternates with its negative.