'Time Lapsus' to be screened in metaphysics and cinema program

Published 19.04.2016 23:31
Updated 19.04.2016 23:41

Pera Film presents its new program titled "Not in This Life! Metaphysics and Cinema," which will be screened in parallel with Pera Museum's exhibition "Giorgio de Chirico: The Enigma of the World."

As a part of the program, Marcos Lutyens' 2015 film "Time Lapsus" will be screened on April 22 and April 30 at Pera Museum. The film is composed of a set of narratives inspired by David Lynch's Reve-Noir film genre. The house where "Time Lapsus" is set is actually very close to the locations where some of the scenes from Lynch's "Mulholland Drive" and "Lost Highway" were filmed. Two performers who have twins move around a space that is a layer in another time dimension but occupy the same physical space as "real" guests at a Hollywood party.

When: Until April 30

Where: Pera Museum

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