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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’, color, digital

NL

Gabriel, a young concierge, seems to slowly sink into madness. But is that really the case? Or is he the one who sees what others refuse to see?

Alexander Deprez's voyeuristic and raw photographs often give an insight into his personal life. With Gabriel Descending he makes his debut as a filmmaker.

Ticket: 5 euro

For more information: https://offoff.be/events/gabriel-descending/

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