42/83: No Film Trailer

42/83: No Film Trailer (1983)

01 January 1983 1 mins

"In 1983, I got a job as a museum attendant and abandoned film-making entirely. And so the question arose: "no film?," and the conclusion I came to was: no film. Question mark." (K.K.)

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Austria 01 January 1983

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