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 No.3230[Reply]

ITT: Post your absolute least favorite directors.

I want to punch these motherfuckers right in the face.
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 No.14182

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andrei Tarkovsky has to be the most pretentious and overrated director in history his films are so boring especially mirror the most boring film i 've seen anyone who claims to like him is a hack


 No.14183

>>14182

You sound really butthurt, bro.

Aside of that, yes he was average.


 No.14479

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 No.14480

>>14479

Why don't you like Kubrick? He's the most common director to wean people off of heavily-marketed mainstream Hollywood. Did you watch someone else instead?


 No.14491

>>14480

>canadians




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 No.14252[Reply]

Old one is too long already, and 3 years old >>6630

What was the last thing you watched, and what did you think of it?

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 No.14476

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>>14475

As I remember part of The Devils was cut, maybe it was too extreme or whatever. Supposedly Warner Bros has the missing footage but they have not released it.

As for Iosseliani I have not seen anything else from him. He looks like an interesting director worth exploring. Thanks for recommending Giorgobistve. I also planned to see Once Upon a Time There Was a Singing Blackbird.


 No.14486

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Az ember tragédiája (The Tragedy of Man)

Imre Madách’s popular nineteenth century play was adapted into an animated feature film by Hungarian director Marcell Jankovics back in 2011. In many ways, the themes of the play are like the Hungarian iteration of Milton’s Paradise Lost, Dante’s Divine Comedy, or a twist on Goethe’s Faust. The animated film adaptation initially went into production around 1988 and was expected to be completed in about six years, but due to some political turmoil and the fall of communism in Hungary, Jankovics could no longer rely upon the state-funded system to produce his movies. The film version closely follows the structure of the play, and the movie was slowly completed one act at a time (a total of fifteen acts over the course of twenty-three years). The story opens with God and the creation of the universe from the book of Genesis. Lucifer is present and berates God since Lucifer sees humanity as though they were created imperfectly, and because humans were created imperfectly with free will they will only try to become like God. Lucifer visits Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden to tempt them with sin.

From there on is what primarily consists of the narrative meat of the play. Once Adam and Eve lose favor with God and are cast away from of the Garden of Eden, Adam turns his back on God out of sheer pride. Adam becomes determined to strive on his own strength to pursue personal glory. Lucifer takes Adam under his wing and proceeds to show Adam and Eve their future, as well as humanity’s future in a search for the meaning of life. Lucifer guides Adam through numerous periods of human history, including ancient Egypt, the age of Greek democracy, hedonistic Rome, the medieval Byzantine Empire, the age of enlightenment, the early stages of the French Revolution, and the Industrial Revolution in nineteenth century London. Industrial London is one of the last stages in the play before jumping over one hundred and fifty years into the future, but in the film version, Jankovics takes the time to offer Adam and Eve a brief glimpse at twentieth century horrors, such as the world wars. The narrative of Madách’s Az ember tragédiája clearly borrows from Hegelian philosophy and dialectic. For example, Adam wishes to see the rise of human achievement and glory, so Lucifer takes Adam to ancient Egypt, where they come across the Post too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.14487

>>14486

Adam becomes disappointed in man’s inhumanity to man; a timeless narrative to comprehensively include world history and themes of social conflicts, anarchism, prejudice, utopianism, disposition, and deprivation. This tale of Lucifer’s fight for the soul of man may seem needlessly bleak, preachy, and too cyclical for some. At the very least, Jankovics’ arthouse animation ambition is commendable and he puts his art degree to good use. Each segment of Jankovics’ Az ember tragédiája is carefully animated to reflect different periods that fit the era on screen. For example, when Lucifer takes Adam to ancient Egypt, the film shifts its art style to showcase the art style and paintings of the ancient Egyptian time period, including techniques such as hierarchical proportion. The art on display during the film’s depiction of Greek democracy resembles something that one would see on ancient Greek amphorae and pottery, like the black or red figure technique. Once the film is flung into the far future and depicts a cold technocratic utopia, the style shifts to comic pop art. For a movie that spent over two decades in production, it seems easy to think that it would try to implement modern animation techniques from the twenty-first century, but Jankovics is smart enough to shy away from newness. Compare the dizzying kinetic energy of Spielberg’s The Adventures of Tintin, an animated film which released the same year as Jankovics’ Az ember tragédiája. Spielberg’s Tintin is quick and without rest. It’s a great movie that prioritizes movement in a way to stimulate viewer awareness through motion capture (see how The Adventures of Tintin shifts focus from the way it incorporates different points of view, from looking through lenses and magnifying glasses). Jankovics’ Az ember tragédiája wouldn’t have the same effect if it were to include motion capture techniques. Az ember tragédiája is a slow and deeply philosophical film with plodding Biblical language. The art on display pays a deep homage to art history. The low budget of the movie is reflective of Jankovics’ personal art-conciousness, and his Az ember tragédiája has the potential to be remembered as an animated cult classic.

If you have never read the original play by Imre Madách, then I would suggest you dPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.14488

>>14486

Awesome movie.


 No.14490

>>14486

>>14487

Definitely going to check that out




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 No.891[Reply]

What film trackers are you on?
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 No.13667

>>13663

I'm on EMP... Does that qualify? I upload stuff on there.

I hope I can upload some world movies on PTP too.


 No.13668

>>13663

I'm also on MAM, have been uploading stuff too.


 No.13682

>>13667

You are aiming too high asking for PTP on the open web. You can email me if you want but I don't think I can get you in there.


 No.13726

I think you can get to PTP via RED. First you must get to Elite on RED, which is not easy.


 No.14489

A new Asian tracker which aims to replace the possibly deceased ADC

https://asiancinema.me/

I haven't signed up yet, and it's probably smaller than Avistaz. But have a look if you're interested.




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 No.14484[Reply]

1. Dni Zatmeniya (Aleksandr Sokurov)

1. Juventude Em Marcha (Pedro Costa)

1. L'Eclisse (Michelangelo Antonioni)

1. Nostalghia (Andrei Tarkovsky)

1. Walkabout (Nicolas Roeg)

6. Andrei Rublev (Andrei Tarkovsky)

6. Blow-Up (Michelangelo Antonioni)

6. Caché (Michael Haneke)

6. Celine and Julie Go Boating (Jacques Rivette)

6. Damnation (Béla Tarr)

6. Koyaanisqatsi (Godfrey Reggio)

6. Memorias del subdesarrollo (Tomás Gutiérrez Alea)

6. Mother and Son (Aleksandr Sokurov)

6. My Night at Maud's (Eric Rohmer)

6. La Notte (Michelangelo Antonioni)

6. L'avventura (Michelangelo Antonioni)

6. Persona (Ingmar Bergman)

6. Pierrot le fou (Jean-Luc Godard)

6. Scenes from a Marriage (Ingmar Bergman)

6. Stalker (Andrei Tarkovsky)

6. Taste of Cherry (Abbas Kiarostami)

6. Through a Glass Darkly (Ingmar Bergman)

6. The Conformist (Bernardo Bertolucci)

6. The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (Luis Buñuel)

6. The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser (Werner Herzog)

6. The Mirror (Andrei Tarkovsky)

6. The Round-Up (Miklós Jancsó)

6. The Sacrifice (Andrei Tarkovsky)

6. The Seventh Continent (Michael Haneke)

6. The Silence (Ingmar Bergman)

6. The Weeping Meadow (Theodoros Angelopoulos)

6. O Thiasos (Theodoros Angelopoulos)

6. Ulysses' Gaze (Theodoros Angelopoulos)

6. Wild Strawberries (Ingmar Bergman)

6. Winter Light (Ingmar Bergman)

6. Woman in the Dunes (Hiroshi Teshigahara)

37. Aguirre: The Wrath of God (Werner Herzog)

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 No.14485

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Top 100 based on what method? Why so many ties, only a few differences in rank?




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 No.5886[Reply]

Chantal Akerman has passed away. I've only seen News from Home and Hotel Monterey but I appreciated her unique style, even if it required patience.

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/07/arts/chantal-akerman-belgian-filmmaker-dies-65.html

http://blogs.indiewire.com/criticwire/chantal-akerman-pioneer-of-feminist-and-structuralist-film-is-dead-at-65-20151006

What's interesting about her personality is how she rejected the title of feminist film maker even though everyone wanted to put her in that box. Most obits you'll read today are quick to include that label in their descriptions of her. I remember hearing that she did not like doing "women's film festivals" and preferred regular festivals instead.

> I won't say I'm a feminist film-maker ... I'm not making women's films, I'm making Chantal Akerman's films. (London, 1979)

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 No.14474

>>14442

Go back to /pol/.


 No.14478

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>>14474

What's wrong with his assertion? While the use of certain phrases does seem unorthodox he did bring a valid point: How much can someone fling gender criticism on a field where experimentation is the objective and lack of mainstream attention, or even established "art house" publishing, is rare?

Maybe some people can when we add the suspicious factors that take play in the auctioning and promotion of said art, but that usually just falls under good old nepotism heavily mixed with money laundering schemes.

And to make this somewhat on topic, i know this is not the board to place this but had to post that Dick fucking Dale died in the 16th of March. While perhaps not the absolute creator, he definitely was The Man in the Surf Rock guitar field, the most notable part of the genre and certainly one of the last icons of the Americana and Jukebox imagery.

As much of a guitar revolutionary as Hendrix, dude was also half-slav, half-classic arab. Interesting but somewhat obvious when we hear his musical influence.


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>>14474

/pol/ is a little unhinged these days, talking themselves into mass murder, but I'm curious which part of that post you disagree with? Your zero effort reply gave no details.

I don't think Carolee Schneemann's work was unjustly lacking acclaim. She was well-regarded in film and art circles. It's possible some crappy artists surpassed her, but better artists also had less acclaim than her.

How much more successful should she have been?

ID politics is a way to get noticed. I was merely wondering if she used it to her advantage. In the last five years there's been plenty of cynical "woke" posturing for career advancement.


 No.14483

>>14482

>>14478

Don't start you niggers, just report and hide his post.




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 No.332[Reply]

ITT: GOAT Documentaries
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 No.13646

>>13645

okay but what does that have to do with Warrendale


 No.13647

File: c94741c2315087f⋯.jpg (346.87 KB, 904x1280, 113:160, basepic.jpg)

Posting this here so I remember to watch it


 No.14031

https://mega.nz/#!cN8VAawD!lM-G9KlXRyPz6gj7Rvqigt8INpKTdnkCIZgvS03n_-s, Harvest was mentioned in the top 250 thread might as well post it here. 1967 documentary about farmers in the American heartland.


 No.14470

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>2998

Here's another from Allan King.


 No.14471

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>>14470

I didn't know about that one. I remember watching A Married Couple which was fairly interesting and surprisingly intimate.




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 No.14453[Reply]

Official production still. Ideally high-res.

Just no VLC screencaps from your compressed 1080p rips, please.

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 No.14464

Some more here >>1644


 No.14469

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 No.14477

We already have a thread, >>3582.


 No.14481

>>14477

True they are essentially the same, at least close enough




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 No.2486[Reply]

Since we have the ability at 8chan to upload pdfs, here's a thread for sharing interesting books, magazines, and articles related to film.

You can also link to databases and other online resources, such as the Media History Digital Library:

http://mediahistoryproject.org/

> We are a non-profit initiative dedicated to digitizing collections of classic media periodicals that belong in the public domain for full public access. The project is supported by owners of materials who loan them for scanning, and donors who contribute funds to cover the cost of scanning. We have currently scanned over 1.3 million pages, and that number is growing.


> Our Collections feature Extensive Runs of several important trade papers and fan magazines.
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 No.13380

Good stuff.


 No.13423

>>13377

>Is there anything in the book that sticks out at you?

Well the whole idea is about "cutting on the blink". Murch talks about how blinking either accompanies a human switching to a new thought, or is even more directly part of how we switch to a new thought by "cutting" or creating a discontinuity between one moment and the next. He likes to cut a moment or two after a blink, and other things like that.

The rest of the book is a really dated analysis of digital editing that is only really interesting now as a curiosity.


 No.14013

File: 09e443eac7a76b3⋯.jpg (52.94 KB, 500x258, 250:129, cinema01.jpg)

Here's a quality blog worth mentioning. It's an overview of significant films from 1895-1926. Includes a top film list for each year.

Click on a poster for a detailed review.

http://www.acinemahistory.com/

<A Cinema History

<This site presents a personal and chronological view of world cinema history, covering presently films from 1895 to 1926


 No.14404

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File: d7ea21737c0468b⋯.png (15.38 KB, 300x140, 15:7, EEFB-Logo.png)

Cineuropa is the first European portal dedicated to cinema and audiovisual in 4 languages. With daily news, interviews, data bases, in-depth investigations into the audiovisual industry, Cineuropa aims at promoting the European film industry throughout the world. Welcome to a platform where professionals can meet and exchange information and ideas.

https://cineuropa.org/

The East European Film Bulletin is a journalistic and literary project dedicated to the criticism of films related to Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe.

https://eefb.org/


 No.14466

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I found this cool blogpost Top 50 Movies of the 21st Century

https://cinepensieri.wordpress.com/2017/07/14/top-50-movies-of-the-21st-century/

It's essentially a unique personal list, and I love the author's response to someone complaining about it




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 No.14228[Reply]

I've been trying to find information about the real story of dancers going insane, which the movie Climax is based on but couldn't find a shit. Anyone else interested in the topic who knows something about it?

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 No.14316

>>14309

>That can be said about like 89% of all kino.

89% of everything.

>Why is it somehow better when high?

It was designed to be a trip guide from the start it seems, nothing really happens except flashing neon lights and loose camerawork.

>Wouldn't waste a trip on something from a fag I don't respect.

Yeah that was my point.


 No.14324

>>14316

It does a good job at portraying the emptiness and alienation of modern age, with the camera flying over peoples' heads, showing all the filth that happens in private, but generally I agree, this movie is too long to watch while sober.


 No.14428

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Climax might have been based on a real story of a party where the punch was spiked. But I doubt there was so much chaos in any real world events.

This movie is a depiction of societal breakdown. In the first half the precise choreography would have you believe that everyone is in perfect harmony. But a mild disturbance tears apart the social fabric, leading to mob behavior and tribalism. Maybe this breakdown mirrors what's been happening in France -- there's a huge French flag looming in the room where most of the action takes place.

I noticed the typical Gaspar Noe protagonist is David. His short hair and cocky attitude resembled the lead actors of previous Noe films. In the second half David is completely impotent - beat up, called a Nazi by the black dancers, he loses his girlfriend to a lesbian, and a gay man tries to seduce him.

Now how many trannies were presented as female characters? I would say at least two - Gazelle and Emmanuelle. That shit creeps me out.


 No.14459

>>14284

So did the Cohen brothers. It's a troll meant to turn eyes and fool dummies like you


 No.14465

File: 7dbdbdd95c79754⋯.jpg (125.51 KB, 570x881, 570:881, il_570xN.458500825_fb4o.jpg)

"WHAT HAPPENED WAS TRUE..."




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 No.6649[Reply]

Can we get some discussion and recommendations of the wonderful kind of weirdness that only Asia can provide?

All genres welcome. Please melt my face!

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 No.14403

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Holy shit Caniba is depraved - and not in a "fun" way because it's all real.

I watched a good chunk of it last night. The manga was hard to endure, many revolting details. I had to stop when the self-mutilation became more than I could bear to think about at 1AM.


 No.14412

>>14403

It's weird thinking about how that guy partly makes a living out of the murder.


 No.14425

>>14412

Yes I was trying to think of other people who were able to profit from grotesque crimes. I thought it might even be illegal in the US, found this wiki entry

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Son_of_Sam_law

Also I thought it was very Japanese when this sadistic lunatic talked about how he likes cute Disney stories, then he fell asleep holding a stuffed animal.


 No.14451

>>6649

Does anyone have the image of the girl that gets fucked by a butterfly and ends up becoming an elephant with tentacles?


 No.14452

>>14451

was that live-action or anime?




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 No.5821[Reply]

Shots/stills you like thread.

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Fucking flood.


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One more after.


 No.14437

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rtfgv4ewf


 No.14450

>>8551

stumbled across https://invidio.us/watch?v=6l6xCsMqYYw with American peasants being taught about Hemmingway's urinal




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 No.14449[Reply]

Ran a simple grabber on MUBI and acquired ~1000 walls. Sharing here. Post /film/ walls.

https://links.snahp.it/8cXiqZCkX0f1nWTo2RQQ3LXr4CHjmPbbBum



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 No.3582[Reply]

Post 'em if you got 'em

But maybe not the same Star Wars images that always show up
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 No.13955

File: 0db13341b1fda81⋯.jpg (150.69 KB, 1000x788, 250:197, Brakhage-shooting-Pittsbur….jpg)

Stan Brakhage shooting in Pittsburgh, 1975


 No.13959

Letting aside some mainstream shit, this is the best thread of the board.


 No.14187

File: 31e67102e787ae8⋯.jpg (195.68 KB, 1251x2000, 1251:2000, o0kqz4korxf21.jpg)

Charles Bronson and his wife Jill Ireland, 1971


 No.14199

>>14187

Damn, mirin


 No.14448

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BakshiStudio. New York, Early 70s.




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Here we go! Submit your favorite /film/s for the 8chan Top 250. We'll use this thread to discuss films that should and should not be included. Generally we want the list to reflect the nature of this board, so let's try to avoid mainstream titles. If you liked a recommendation from an old thread, or if you have a new suggestion to add to the list, now is the time to speak up.

https://letterboxd.com/8chanfilm/list/8chan-top-250-films/

https://letterboxd.com/8chanfilm/list/8chan-favorite-shorts/

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 No.14348

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Would like to see Masumiyet (1997) on the list. Demirkubuz is probably the best filmmaker to come out from Turkey and that 7 min long monologue from Haluk Bilginer is just remarkable.


 No.14354

>>14256

>Read what he wrote on the trilogy of life before starting filming salò.

I'll do, it's true I haven't read anything from him.

>You mean they should have known better?

I'll comment on that after rewatching.

>This is debatable if not too simplistic imho.

With the advent of televisions and mass advertisation/propaganda started visualism, the pop-culture*. This meant that the world was not going to let you imagine as they wanted you to brainlessly consume sex, sexuality and everything they wanted [and it soon projected into literature and everything else]. Exempli gratia not a thing of woman body was left to imagination, not a thing was left to imagination as it was shown. The trend hit general public and now here we are. I'm more sexually stimulated by, say, muslim women because I can imagine how she is, how's her body etc. And all that started as reaction against aristocratic elitism, against imagination, against intelligence, against human, not bourgeoisie shamefuly.

*Hence why 60s commies were obssessed with newspapers and television.

>No one gave a fuck in italy about evola after the war.

While it's true, does it make him any less greatest mind?

>homoeroticism in Uccellacci and Ucellini

That one was his last tolerable. Although there was a scene on the end of the film, where some people couldn't start a car? and there was a woman among those three? people that was about to give birth. That was homoerotic. I'll have to watch it again. Seen it something like 3 years ago.

>Sei Italiano?

Non.

>This is a new one, for all it's flaws the PCI was a communist party in 1950 when pasolini got kicked out.

They were too sucking Stalins dick, they were too sucking social realism and brutalist architecture, the ultimate anti-art, they didn't see how much in wrong they were for not advocating their own stances at the very least; you see, I'm more anarcho-commuPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


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>>14354

>Also I want to nominate L'Ami de mon amie

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 No.14423

>>14354

just an addendum to visualism as I'm about to rewatch his, hmm, ancient duology; one abolishes individuality for the sake of sign.


 No.14447

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Meshes of the Afternoon - Homebrew surrealism with some of the best dream logic I've seen in a film




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What are some good art house sci-fi films /film/?

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 No.13704

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Je t'aime, je t'aime (1968)

Science fiction is used in this film as a framework for Alain Resnais to explore familiar themes of memory, time, love, loss, death. Claude Ridder is selected for a secret government experiment focused on time travel. He will travel back one year, stay there for one minute, and return to the present. But the experiment does not work as expected. Instead of returning to the present, Ridder hops to another time in his past, and then another. He re-lives a random sequence of abrupt moments from work, from vacation, and from his romantic relationships.

The events of Ridder's life come to him just like memories come to each of us, fragmented and often unexpected. As a viewer you piece together the story arc of Ridder's life from these discrete, disjointed moments. The story gets more interesting as macabre aspects of Ridder's past emerge.

Resnais's background as an editor was likely a major factor in developing the concept for Je t'aime, je t'aime. The film uses carefully chaotic editing to create one of the best cinematic representations of a free associative, self-reflective mind. Ridder's time travel is functionally an introspection, an examination of his own life. Introspection is further emphasized by the "time machine" itself, which is a small chamber that looks like a brain. Ridder enters that brain in order to enter his own brain.


 No.14190

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Chris Marker's Sans Soleil and La Jetée are big classics.


 No.14192

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>>8792

>George Lucas was inspired by Pavel Klushantsev's films

Is there evidence that Lucas saw those films? Was it even possible for him to watch them?

If I had to guess, I would say the Soviets just did something similar much earlier.


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Moon


 No.14446

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New scifi film High Life from Claire Denis, her first in English




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