Inside a warehouse, a precarious 70-100 feet long structure has been constructed using various items. When this is set in motion, a chain reaction ensues. Fire, water, law of gravity as ...
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Kubelka was asked to do a documentation group of Europe's hunters in Africa, working on it for hours and do the editing very extreme so film live leaving only 12 1/2 minutes, Kubelka also ... See full summary »
A film in four parts. In "In the Room", a man and a woman in outlandish garb are sitting in a claw-foot bathtub smoking, while the man abuses a doll in various ways. In "They Stopped to ... See full summary »
Inside a warehouse, a precarious 70-100 feet long structure has been constructed using various items. When this is set in motion, a chain reaction ensues. Fire, water, law of gravity as well as chemistry determine the life-cycle of objects - of things. It brings about a story concerning cause and effect, mechanism and art, improbability and precision. Written by
I only saw this movie once, on Arte (French-German cultural TV-channel). I can't remember what year it was, but it was at last 10 years ago. And to this day, I am still flabbergasted at what I have seen (talk about impact). The sequence of things pushing others things over, rolling against again other things, setting in motion yet more things, ... it was totally mindboggling. It just kept on going, seemingly pointless. And now, with that Honda commercial, finally I have found what movie it was. Let's hope I won't forget it's name this time!
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