The Double Portrait

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Time Out says

Finally beguiling experimental drama, pitched somewhere between 'film on film' and Godardian essay, exploring the concerns of aspiring actress Ewa and director Michael. The film's seductive appeal increases as it mutates from hand-held casting scenes, self-analytical script discussions and producer put-downs, and take offs into more personal and (possibly) more documentary areas, such as their visits home and, especially, their meetings with estranged father and separated son, respectively. 'I speak for myself, not my generation,' as Michael says, speaking for his generation.

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