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Peter Greenaway wrote and directed the film Vertical Features Remaking. It depicts the work of a fictional Institute of Reclamation and Restoration as they attempt to assemble raw footage taken by ornithologist Tulse Luper into a short film, in accordance with his notes and structuralist film theory. The footage was shot in the English landscape and consisted of trees and posts.
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