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Sheut [Teo Belton, Peru, 2017] /// Nest [Alan Robinson, Romania/UK, 2018]

Sheut is a 2017 high-concept, experimental art film from Mexican director Teo Belton. Belton explains the idea of “the Sheut” in terms of Egyptian mythology, referring to every human being’s personal shadow. According to the mythology, the shadow (or sheut) is a physical manifestation of a person’s cumulative traumas, with both human and sheut unable to exist without the other. Belton’s film follows the character of Luis, as he attempts to reconcile with his past, thus regaining balance with his sheut. Through Luis’ introspection, explores the great difficulty inherent in facing up to the darker sides of one’s nature and past. Whilst following Luis’ journey, the viewer is able to relate his

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