MAY 98

Breda Beban and Hrvoje Horvatic

1998, 10:43 minutes, colour, English


May 98 is about Breda Beban's unfortunate habit of falling down in front of historical buildings representing institutionalised power. It was shot in London 30 years after the events of May 68 and a year after the Labour government came into power. All characters in the film play themselves. In production terms, the film was pre-designed for a one shot, one take strategy

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