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Study No. 8 (1931)
"Studie Nr. 8" (original title)

 -  Animation | Short
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L'apprenti Sorcier
(The Sorcerer's Apprentice), first half
Music by Paul Dukas
Played by the New York Philharmonic
Conducted by Arturo Toscanini
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Amazing, enthralling!
11 May 1999 | by (New York, NY) – See all my reviews

When most people think of films, they think of photography of recognizable images and form. This film is totally abstract -- it's all the negative images of chalk on paper (i.e. it appears as white lines and shapes among a black background). But it is simply an amazing and breath-taking excursion into a very different world of cinema, one that is totally guided by image, movement and sound (i.e. music). Fischinger's abstract vision is a continuously metamorphasizing into different shapes tightly coordinated to wonderful music. It must be seen to be believed!


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