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Ceremony of Innocence: The Mysterious Correspondence of Griffin and Sabine

by Nick Bantock

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Based on Nick Bantock's wildly successful "Griffin and Sabine" trilogy, this title includes all 58 postcards and 12 letters from the original trilogy, brought to life through interactive art, animation, film and photomontage. A collaboration between Nick Bantock and Peter Gabriel's Real World MultiMedia team, this multimedia package features two hours of original soundtrack and over an hour's worth of film sequences as users immerse themselves in a mysterious interactive love story, told through the intense correspondence between Griffin, a young artist from London and Sabine, his enigmatic South Sea Island muse.
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