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08.11.2019 20:00

film screenings

Pay what you can

Art cinema OFFoff presents:
Première Alexander Deprez: Gabriel Descending

Gabriel Descending, Alexander Deprez

—BE, 2019, 30’, kleur, digitaal

NL

Gabriel, een jonge conciërge, lijkt langzaam weg te zakken in waanzin. Maar is dat wel zo? Of is hij net degene die ziet wat anderen weigeren te zien?

Alexander Deprez’ voyeuristische en rauwe foto’s geven vaak een inkijk in zijn persoonlijk leven. Met Gabriel Descending maakt hij zijn debuut als filmmaker.

Ticket: 5 euro

Voor meer info: https://offoff.be/events/gabriel-descending/

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