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A deeply moving documentary from Grammy-nominated director Fred Scott, 'Being a Human Person' explores the life and work of acclaimed Swedish auteur Roy Andersson ('A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Contemplating Existence', 'A Swedish Love Story'). Andersson’s latest film – 'About Endlessness' – will be his last, and will thus mark the end of a major chapter in cinema. For when Roy stops making films, they will simply never be made in this way again. As with every one of his productions, it’s been a long road. Set across a three year time period, Being a Human Person tracks the ups and downs of Roy’s unique, immersive – and at times arduous – method of filmmaking, and examines the true legacy of a master storyteller as he calls time on a career and comes to terms with his own, increasingly fragile mortality.

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IN CINEMAS & ON CURZON HOME CINEMA 16 OCTOBER

GENRE: Documentary

COUNTRIES: England, Sweden

LANGUAGES: English, Swedish

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