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Phantom: Open your eyes: Otto Sander is one actor beside 4999 other main actors: 5,000 individuals searching for their real identity, 10,000 eyes that carefully observe so that they din't miss anything. The prize-winning film at the Berlin Film Festival shows faces, mounted in ever increasingly fast sequence, melt into the visual equivalent of the countenance of the human species. An entirely sensuous and at the same time philosophical film.

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Released: February 16, 1966
Genres: Short
Director: Rene Perraudin
Actors: Otto Sander

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