Written in the "deforming mirror" of a "foreigner's English," Cozarinsky's fourteen verbal postcards translate an exile's personal experience into ...Show synopsisWritten in the "deforming mirror" of a "foreigner's English," Cozarinsky's fourteen verbal postcards translate an exile's personal experience into public "deja vu" while his cinematic novella whisks his character through a political and cultural looking glass by means of special effects that make the world a hemisphere away familiarly strange.Hide synopsis
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