Bits of found film and different types of animation illustrate a classic chase scene scenario: A woman is abducted and a man comes to her rescue, but during their escape they find themselves in the enemy's secret headquarters.
The film's soundtrack is an original musical composition produced with synthetic sound - through photographing unusual geometric shapes and running them through an optical sound head. The ... See full summary »
Nikolai, a mortician, and Osip, an actor playing Christ in a play, are brothers in love with the same woman. Anna, a state scientist and said woman, is in love with both brothers and ... See full summary »
Lines: Horizontal is a movie made by etching lines directly onto film, like its sister Lines: Vertical. The entire movie consists of horizontal lines dancing in various mathematical patterns to beautiful music, and is a relaxing (and sometimes exciting) experience. As you can probably guess, Lines: Vertical is much the same except with vertical lines and different music.
Lines: Horizontal, in my opinion, has better music than Lines: Vertical. These two movies were later combined into Mosaic, by the same director. While interesting, Mosaic lacks the charms and beautiful musical accompaniment of the two Lines', making Lines: Horizontal my favorite out of the bunch.
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