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 »
Memory vision and hearing blend in the grey matter
In both this and Zorn's Lemma Hollis rips apart the connection between sound and sight. This movie uses memory to effect the change, Zorn's Lemma uses repetition and minimal plot to achieve similar results.
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