Four young men and a young woman sit in boredom. She smokes while one strums a lute, one looks at a magazine, and two fiddle with string. The door opens and in comes a young man, cigarette ... See full summary »
Images of two women, two men, and a gray cat form a montage of rapid bits of movement. A woman is in a bedroom, another wears an apron: they work with their hands, occasionally looking up. ... See full summary »
We see a film negative of a nude couple embracing in bed. Then, back in regular black and white images, we see them alone and together, clothed, at home. It's night, she sees his reflection... See full summary »
This is a 5.5-minute short film from over 55 years ago and the director is the very prolific Stan Brakhage when he was still in his mid-20s, pretty early in his career. It is not his usual boring style, but not much interesting either. Basically this film is a collection of recordings from a city, some from outside, some through a train window. There are almost no people in here, just buildings, but sadly this silent film is not interesting in terms of architecture either. I was pretty generous here with the voting, but honestly, there is still no real reason to watch this film and I'm glad it did not run any longer. Not recommended.
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