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Playing Men Playing Men

Matjaž Ivanišin / Slovenia, Croatia / 2017 / 61 min / Slovene

Documentary essay about men and games from director Matjaž Ivanišin and recipient of Best Documentary film at the Festival of Slovenian Film.

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This documentary feature takes us on a journey through Slovenia, Croatia, Italy and Turkey, where we encounter men across generations who get together to play games in the same way as their ancestors once did. But the director's journey takes an unexpected turn when he experiences a creative crisis and turns the camera towards himself. Memories of childhood and images from an unfinished project combine in an ode to the absurdity of gesture.

Documentary essay about men and games from director Matjaž Ivanišin (Karpotrotter) and recipient of Best Documentary film at the Festival of Slovenian Film.

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