backtrack; The draughtsman’s contract (1982)

draught

A tightly controlled and very promising breakthrough, Peter Greenaway’s characteristic feature debut is an intriguingly cold-blooded analysis of his favourite subjects – art, sex, power, death.

Probably the first arthouse movie I ever watched. In my book of shifting perspectives.

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