Director: Laurie Lynd

Institute History

  • 1992 Sundance Film Festival


A rare and penetrating film that captures an alarming familiar moment in our lives. “Le Spectre de la rose” from Berlioz’s Les Nuits d’ete provides the centerpiece for this exploration of the emotions of a group of people, some who knew, and some who didn’t, a man who has just died.

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