The 44th Rencontres began with a Monday evening screening at the Théâtre Antique of a short from Patrick Zachmann on Sergio Larrain. Filmed in Chile in 1999, the film, although frustratingly short, is perhaps the precursor to a more in-depth work. Certain phrases taken from Larrain's correspondence particularly captured my attention. I experienced them as outbursts from the dead photographer that came at me out of a background of pacific, ecological and spiritual ideas "to save man and the planet".
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