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Raoul Servais

Goldframe

Edition 1986
4' - 1970 - Drama, Short - Dialogue: English
Director: Raoul Servais Composer: Calyer Duncan, Paul Van Gysegem With: Arthur Sharr, Charles Besterman

Jason Goldframe is a god in Hollywood. He makes movies, he's demanding, he wants to be first, there are at least five phones on his desk. At the end of a day in which he has been driving his staff to finish a picture in 270 millimeters (another first, if he can pull it off), he visits a sound stage and directs a lighting technician to project a bright light on his back so he can cast a large shadow on a white wall. Goldframe then sets about with great energy and manic action to move faster than his shadow: 'I must be first.' Has he met his match in his two-dimensional doppelganger?

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Credits

Director

Raoul Servais

Composer

Calyer Duncan, Paul Van Gysegem

With

Arthur Sharr, Charles Besterman

Scenario

Raoul Servais

More information

Dialogue

English

Countries of production

Belgium

Year

1970

Filmography

Raoul Servais
Harbor Lights (short, 1960), November Diversion (short, 1962), The False Note (short, 1963), Chromophobia (short, 1965), Sirene (short, 1968), Goldframe (short, 1969), To Speak or Not to Speak (short, 1970), Operation X-70 (short, 1971), Pegasus (short, 1973), Het Lied van Haleweyn (short, 1976), Harpya (short, 1979), Die schöne gefangene (1982), Taxandria (1994), Nocturnal Butterflies (1998), Atraksion (short, 2001), Winter Days (short, 2003), Tank (short, 2015), Der Lange Kerl (short, 2021)

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