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THE SEA THAT THINKS

by Gert de Graaff

synopsis

An experimental feature (13 years in the making for Dutch writer/director/cinematographer Graaff), about the expectations of an audience watching a film and the optical illusions they create in their heads. The central element is a scriptwriter writing the scenario for the film: he types what he does and he does what he types.

international title: The Sea That Thinks
original title: De zee die denkt
country: Netherlands
sales agent: DocWorkers
year: 2000
genre: fiction
directed by: Gert de Graaff
film run: 100'
release date: NL 21/12/2000
screenplay: Gert de Graaff
cast: Bart Klever, Don Duyns, Rick de Leeuw, Devika Strooker
producer: Rene Huybrechtse, René Scholten
production: Theorema Films, NPS Television, SNG Film (Studio Nieuwe Gronden)
distributor: A-Film Distribution
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