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The Last Myself

By Gerard @presurfer
The Last Myself
The Last Myself is a project by Diego Agullò and Juan Perno about the tautology watching one's own reflection in the mirror while saying one's own name. It's an exploration how your identity reveals itself through the echo of repetition.
You are invited to repeat your name in front of the mirror while recording yourself with the camera being open to the revelations that will follow. It might (but doesn't have to) be something like the inner trip than Antoine Doinel (Jean-Pierre Lèaud) is going through in the film Stolen Kisses. In this scene he performs a duel with himself confronting the limits of his own identity where the meaning dissapears.
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