CONCRETE MAN
1995, narrative, 15 min, 16mm, color
A young woman loses her shoe in fresh concrete in the middle of the city. Her usual rhythm of life in the fast lane is disturbed. A string of unexpected events interferes with her plans and turns her day into a pilgrimage to find/replace the lost shoe, which, towards the end, loses its role as the primary motive of her search.

  
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