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Runtime : 90 mins

Genre : Documentary

Vote Rating : 6.9/10

Plot : Lars von Trier challenges his mentor, filmmaker Jørgen Leth, to remake Leth’s 1967 short film The Perfect Human five times, each with a different set of bizarre and challenging rules.

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