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A masked man recalls distorted memories of his life while he anxiously waits for a white rabbit. (2014, 8 min.)\n\nDirector/Screenplay/Photographer/Editor: Paolo Antypas\nStarring: John Coronel, Nikhil Thomas & XXXX\nMusic: Hikmat Antypas, Paolo Antypas & Alexander Kondratskiy\nLighting Assistants: John Coronel & Alok Bedmutha\n\nFilmed in the city of Buffalo, NY on a 16mm Bolex Camera.\n\nOfficial Selection for the 9th Cyprus International Film Festival.

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