The New Yorker

09/07/2020 - Director’s Cut. Maček Smolansky was a filmmaker, entrepreneur, and philosopher. But, above all, he was a perfectionist. Which was why no one was particularly surprised when he announced that his new film, “Life”, would be shot on three cameras and would correspond, minute by minute, to a human life span. Text by Etgar Keret.

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