White Line Fever

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Summary

A filmed diary that documents the period that Luyken stayed in the United States. The film consists of three parts: a half-hour filmed in New York, a half-hour report of hitchhiking from the east to the west coast, and again another half hour in New York. The images are edited in a quick sequence; in some cases, the shots are only one frame in length.

The name White Line Fever refers to the monotonous succession of white markings on the motorway.

Information

production year
1978
country
Netherlands
category
Fiction
director
producer
production company

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Crew

Technical notations

runtime
86
original length
945
sound
Sound
colour
Colour
format
16mm

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