The Visit (Foreign Particles) by Leandro Katz

Part of the Editor's Choice series.

BOMB 3 Spring 1982
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A binocular thriller of the mind.

The chaos between speech and language.
The terror of 200º vision.
A symbiotic burial of the referent.
A purge in twelve episodes.

35mm image sequence, synchronized sounds, 75 minutes. With Mark Heidrich and Jose Rafael Arango and the voices of Peter Gordon and Judith Hendra. Production team: Viktor Vondracek, Lynn Anander and Randy Black.

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A Murder & Linguistics Release.

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