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Guided by a Scheherazade-like narrator, the film reflects on human life through a series of vignettes - from war-torn Cologne to smaller incidents like the tying of shoelaces.
The tribulations and potential romance of a small town hotel waiter.
Two travelling salesmen undertake a magical mystery tour of suffering, indulgence and melancholy as they attempt to sell novelty items to strangers and bring a little cheer into their lives.
Wry examination of the human condition told through a series of vignettes.
Two youngsters fall in love.
Surreal, dreamlike, and darkly comic sketches about life and death.
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2021 Glasgow Film Festival launched Full line-up announced as screenings go online
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