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Four poignant stories about love and relationships. The film subtly blends fiction and documentary, poetry and sociology, as well as questioning notions of love and marriage, solitude and alienation. Another masterpiece by Mikhail Kalik (see Goodbye, Boys!) that was censored in the USSR.
Short documentary unravels what happened to Portuguese writer José Régio's intention 90 years ago to borrow a camera and make a film and in that way start Portuguese cinema. Screens before Visita ou memórias e confissões/Memories and Confessions.
A contemporary variation on Hiroshima, mon amour, but with a strong emphasis on the use of colour and with the voice of nuclear physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer.