Lemon, ostensibly a one-shot film, representing a radical pairing down of materials and methods: It is silent, static and unedited. This arrestingly spare portrait of a seeming "Superstar ... See full summary »
A rhythmically edited alphabet composed of street and shop signs shot in New York City and other elements is gradually replaced by repeated seemingly abstract shots in this influential structuralist film.
Hotel Monterey is a cheap hotel in New York reserved for the outcasts of American society. Chantal Akerman invites viewers to visit this unusual place as well as the people who live there, from the reception up to the last story.
This Experiment is a Scenario who Have 4 Act titled (1-4) Tableau. Poetic Justice is story about lovers who holding camera, Third Tableau is have Middle Shot and other Tableau is on various camera shot.
"Surface Tension" is an almost 50-year-old experimental movie written and directed by American filmmaker Hollis Frampton and it is among his earlier works. The film runs for 9.5 minutes and be divided into 3 parts. First one is a man talking without us hearing him, second is a man talking without us seeing him (we see a group of people in a park) and last part is a fish and we hear nothing. I must say the visual side here was fairly uninteresting, but the audio was even worse, pretty annoying the constant phone ringing. Is this movie art? I personally would disagree, but I am not too big on experimental films anyway. Still, even from that genre, I have seen many movies superior to this one here. I found it a really weak work. I hope Frampton's other stuff is better. Not recommended.
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