Stadt in Flammen
Release Date: January 1, 1984
Running time: 5m
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Film material is subjected to biochemical processes by burying it in the garden, storing it in a pond, or overheating it. The results of these natural processes of decay or aging are then copied back onto film and thus conserved in the state of their dissolution. - Lightcone
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