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Antichrist

Poland, 2002 (MIFF 2003, Fiction)

Director: Adam Guzinski

In this startling piece, a boy - a self-proclaimed demon - terrorises and thrills his friends, always taking things a step too far. Eventually the children are whipped into an uncontrollable frenzy by him and events grow dangerously out of control. Screened at Telluride and Rotterdam.

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