Films Of 2019 (III): The Big Store, By Lars Arrhenius And Johannes Müntzing

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Videostill from The Big Store, by Lars Arrhenius and Johannes Müntzing

The Big Store is an animated film which takes place at the department store NK in Stockholm, during the minutes surrounding the murder of the Foreign Minister Anna Lindh in 2003.

The murder was filmed by surveillance cameras, but in the animation produced by Lars Arrhenius and Johannes Müntzing, shoppers and flaneurs in the department store appear as skeletons on an X-ray screen, and no consumer objects are visible.

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Videostill from The Big Store, by Lars Arrhenius and Johannes Müntzing

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Poster for The Big Store, by Lars Arrhenius and Johannes Müntzing

 

 

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