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Fire Without Light

Alex Roshuk

1985, 12:00 minutes, colour, English

TAPECODE 369.13

Fire Without Light is a pseu-documentary. Interweaving dramatic reenactements with historical facts, Roshuk recreates a person of the French philosopher René Descartes who we now only know through history.

Cette oeuvre, basée sur la vie de René Descartes, comprend plusieurs techniques destinées à tisser une image personnelle du célèbre philosophe français: fiction, documentaire, animation par ordinateur et techniques expérmentales. L'intention de l'auteur est d'amuser le public, tout en l'exposant aux "grandes idées."

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