The Last Clone Trailer

The Last Clone Trailer (1988)

01 January 1988 Drama 6 mins

The Academy of Arts in Hamburg destroys all art and all artists. It seems as if a military unit has lined up for the final solution, it looks as if the whole of mankind has been assigned to carry out the liquidation of art. Is art dead? Yes. Art is definitely dead. All that is left to a human being is his 'I'.... - Vlado Kristl

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