A documentary film exploring the manner in which a determined young man overcame a basic mental defect and became a useful member of society. Insightful editing techniques reveal the dreams... See full summary »
Black and white rectangular images fade in and out of the screen. Their movement make them sometimes look like they're panning from side to side. Their movement also make the black and ... See full summary »
A rowboat with three men is leaving a little harbor. Two of them are rowing the boat, while the third is sitting in the stern. All of them wear hats. They are passing the outer end of a ... See full summary »
Mrs. Auguste Lumiere,
"A film portrait cut to the tune of Conway Twitty's version of 'Mona Lisa.' Filmed in part at a 1964 show of Conner's artwork in San Francisco, the film is also a witty statement about ... See full summary »
Up until a few minutes ago, I had not heard of Bruce Connor. Now I have watched "A Movie" and "Cosmic Ray." Both are montages which use stock footage. This one incorporates nude women, dancing and bomb explosions. It moves lightning fast and must have been a real tour de force to put together. I'm not sure how great a movie it is, but it certainly lets future filmmakers know what a camera and intense editing can do. The point? I don't know. I do like that Ray Charles song.
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