Frank Biesendorfer

Hot Dog Party (2001) 16mm, b&w, 1 min

The film is an emphatic contemplation of the things which surround us. Its vision of this surrounding world is always self-referential and solipsistic, yet is however still able to involve us in its joie de vivre. His images are completely without irony. He observes in a detached way. The film is also a brief reference to the filmmaker's need to create: to create food in the kitchen, create images, create a child. Biesendorfer playing golf, his wife undressed, his daughters, brief everyday scenes and a number of insignificant out of context observations: the filmmaker stuffs them all into a party, the "Hot Dog Party" of the title, during which he also records the soundtrack of the film.

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

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