To Tehran in My Dreams

To Tehran in My Dreams

NR 15 min
Through digressions such as the life of W. J. Elms, an employee of the Eastern and Associated Telegraph Companies, who made an error of a single punctuation mark and painter Samuel Morse who developed the Morse code, this emotive narrative unfolds the idea that language works like electricity, circuiting from sender to receiver, and that love is a glitch that can disrupt the linear logics of time and capital.
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DirectorDavid Soin Tappeser