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The Lord Worked Wonders in Me (El Senyor ha fet en mi meravelles)
Institute of Contemporary Arts
Albert Serra walks down a road beside a field of golden grass
The Lord Worked Wonders in Me (El Senyor ha fet en mi meravelles), dir. Albert Serra, Spain 2011, 146 min.

The Lord Worked Wonders in Me began as an attempt to rediscover the mythical landscapes of La Mancha from Cervantes’ Don Quixote.

Albert Serra travels with his crew and the cast of Honour of the Knights to discover the landscapes no longer existed and set about instead making work about the making or in this case un-making of a film. This unique and rarely screened film is part portrait of his collaborators and crew, part reflection on the changing landscapes of contemporary Europe.

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