(one hundred & eleven) 111

Joe Sarahan

1989, 11:00 minutes, colour, French


In an effort to dismantle cultural stereotyping the camera examines three subjects: a race car driver, boxer and a fencer, giving them an equal amount of air time.

111 est un essai sur le machisme et ses clichés: la vitesse, le risque, le pouvoir, la mort. L'auteur nous démontre que le sport est un art avec ses règles et ses codes, un art dont les frontières sont fragiles.

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