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ALEPH / ALEPH

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Režija: Slobodan Tomić

Trajanje: :07:25

Zemlja porijekla:  Croatia

Sinopsis: Film je inspiriran Borgesovom kratkom pričom Aleph. Alef predstavlja jedinstvenu točku kroz koju možemo vidjeti sve događaje u prostoru i vremenu. Protagonist se zapliće u svijet simultanih događaja. Prolazeći kroz Alephove portale, on doživljava strahove i patnje čovječanstva. Naglasak je na kontinuiranim metamorfozama, kao i atmosferi tjeskobe upotpunjenoj šumovima. Njegov karakter se stalno mijenjao. Čovjek izlazi iz vlaka. Zastaje kraj stare kuće s mračnim ulazom i ulazi u nju. U mračnoj sobi vidi monitor na kojem se vidi silueta. Čovjek zuri u ekran. U jednom trenutku dva profila spaja poljubac koji prati zvuk saksofona. Propadanjem i stalnom preobrazbom protagonist prelazi u pakleni, istovremeno ispreplićući kaos događaja, stvarajući forme kratkog trajanja. Njegov se karakter stalno mijenja i ne može pronaći čvrsto utjelovljenje. Kraj filma označava nagli izlazak iz ALEPH-a, popraćen fragmentima prethodnih kadrova, reverzibilnim odvrtanjem i scenom stapanja protagonista s likom Alepha unutar monitora. Naposljetku, protagonist preuzima identitet ALEPH-a i kao takav izlazi iz zgrade.


Synopsis: The film is inspired by Borges’ short story Aleph. Aleph represents a unique point through which we can see all events in space and time. The protagonist entangles in a world of simultaneous events. Passing through Aleph’s portals, he experiences humanity’s fears and sufferings. The accent is on continuous metamorphoses, as well as the atmosphere of anxiety complemented by noises. His character has constantly been changing. A man is getting off the train. It stops by an old house with a dark entrance and enters it. In a dark room, he sees a monitor showing a silhouette. The man is staring at the screen. At one point, the two profiles connect by a kiss that follows the sound of the saxophone. Through decay and constant transformation, the protagonist moves into a hellish, simultaneously intertwining chaos of events, creating forms of short duration. His character constantly changes, and he cannot find solid incorporation. The film’s end marks a sudden exit from ALEPH, accompanied by fragments of previous frames, reversibly unscrewing and the scene of the protagonist merging with the character of Aleph inside the monitor. Ultimately, the protagonist assumes the identity of ALEPH and, as such, exits the building.

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