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20 September 2009 (Greece)  »

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A negyedik dimenzió  »

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How, exactly, did he do that?!
22 June 2012 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Zbigniew Rybczynski is a Polish filmmaker who's made lots of unusual art films. One of them, "Tango", received an Oscar but most of them are the sorts of films the average person would never seen or enjoy--as they are very experimental in nature and don't have traditional narratives. They really are the sorts of pictures you'd expect to see in art houses or museums.

I have seen most of Rybczynski's films and must say that "The Fourth Dimension" is his most amazing and artistic. It's also a film that appears to have taken a HUGE amount of time and specialized equipment to make and I applaud his effort. I assume he used some sort of rotating camera (much like the way the laser moves on an MRI machine). Using this camera, he filmed all four sides of various objects or models. But, to see the fourth dimension, the objects and people are twisted. There really is no plot--just things SLOWLY being twisted--all set to very nice music. It's all quite amazing technically and despite being a bit overlong, it's pretty interesting to watch. Not for all tastes, but quite good.

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