Nick Fox-Gieg

2010, 06:50 minutes, colour, English


Vichy 1942. Nazi occupied France has a population under threat. One man’s attempt to thwart a corrupt system shapes a dramatic sequence of events. Loosely based on René Carmille, the first known computer hacker, animator Nick Fox-Gieg’s latest film synthesizes digital imaging software to tell a tale of humanity set right at the birth of the information age.

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