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Collaborative Documentary
2013 / 6 min / 16:9 / HD English


A collaborative documentary tracing perpetrator-victim relations between historical and collective memories.

The film was produced during the 'Framing Perpetrators' seminar at the Master Film research program in the Netherlands Film Academy, Amsterdam.

Suggested to the seminar following Jack's daily encounters with the endless queue to the Anne Frank House - which acts as a private museum - the film investigates the queue as a collective cultural activity. It is commemorative yet at the same time used to collectively erase the memory of another, far darker and well hidden, house.