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WHAT CAN BE SHOWN (cannot be said) Two couples, one living in Paris - the other in New York City, become the armature for an incisive discussion of personal, cultural and cinematic values. The texture and poetry of language, both visual and verbal, is central to the film. "What Can Be Shown " is an often bitter view of contemporary relationships, deliberately embracing alienation as a pertinent and recurring issue in our lives. Fred Reidel, Director. "FILM PULSE." June 1980. The Bleeker Street Cinema, New York, New York.
Premiered at Toronto Film Festival and at Bleeker St.,Cinema, New York. 16mm color, 40 min. With Eric Franquelin, Agnes Moulene, Epp Kotkas, Martin Baumgold, Miranda Beeson, and Peter Toran.