The film is shot with a self-made pinhole camera, which exposes simultaneously 528 frames. When they are shown as a moving image they create a feeling of moving around a frozen subject. The time slice technique separates the movement and the time. We see a group of people in a party. First two parts of the trilogy are Popcorn (2001) and Flirt (2002).
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