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A woman dressed elegantly walks purposely through the water gardens at the Villa d'Este in Tivoli, as... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Kenneth Anger @ 85
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Carmilla Salvatorelli ... Lady (uncredited)
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Kenneth Anger  (as Anger)
 
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Thad Lovett .... assistant camera
 

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The actress in the film is Carmilla Salvatorelli, a circus midget introduced to Kenneth Anger by Federico Fellini.See more »
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Featured in Magick Lantern Cycle (2009) (V)See more »

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14 out of 14 people found the following review useful.
Spellbinding chiaroscuro, 13 September 2001
Author: cyberinsekt from Coventry, UK

Somewhat atypical of Anger's films, this seems to be a pure visual treat with none of his trademark homoeroticism or occult references. To a soundtrack of "The Four Seasons", a woman wearing eighteenth century clothes wanders through a garden carrying a fan, until she comes across a fountain. She enters the waters, and fades to nothingness. Anger's camerawork is nothing less than sensational, catching the play of light on the water superbly. This short film was shot in b&w, and printed with a coloured tint, with the fan hand-tinted in a separate colour. Simple, and beautifully effective.

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