10 April 2000 The storyline to Veit Helmer’s Tuvalu (1999) is almost wholly overwhelmed by its style and the quality of its cinematography. By the end of the film, I knew I had seen something quite different and on a higher imaginative level. But I was not prepared for the visual after-effects, which flash up […]

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