Poems narrate four afternoon vignettes; each protagonist is older than the one in the previous sketch. As a girl skips rope in "Game Little Gladys," she sings a jingle about who she might ... See full summary »
Moving spheres, such as balloons and bubbles, are superimposed on static backgrounds to suggest travel and discovery. There are perils: a boy falls, a lion roars. The lyric flights of ... See full summary »
Some time in the future, East and West have stopped maintaining standing armies and nuclear weapons. Instead, to settle their differences they pit different teams of crack combat specialists against each other.
Amazing way to look at how inanimate objects can eloquently fill the frame...
This film is an amazing exploration between boy and man & mother and son. This sexually charged film is not only ahead of it's time in humor and metaphors, but the way Mr. Broughton fills the frame with various inanimate objects is quite beautiful. It is like a dream. Experimental Film at one of its finer moments. You can only watch this on 16mm - no other format is available.
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