Les Nazis ont été vaincus par les armes, non par la raison

Bernard Cerf

Experimental film | France | 16 mm | 1.37 | b&w/color | mono | 1997 | 40'  00"
120 €

Screening Copy: 16 mm
This film is a work on duration, a composition of five scenes which, through its rigidity leaves each scene free to position itself. The very antinomy of fascism, precisely…Bernard Cerf succeeds in bringing about an autonomous reality, the intimacy of a violence, of our violence.  



Collectif Jeune Cinéma

The Collectif Jeune Cinéma (Young Cinema Collective) is a filmmakers’ cooperative founded in Paris on June 12th 1971.

The vocation of the CJC is to distribute different and experimental films of all lengths, gathered in a catalogue that is continuously enriched by new works. This catalogue covers a very wide spectrum of aesthetics and cinematographic practices. For example, it is the only one to include experimental films made by children and young flimmakers (under 18 yo).

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