Essential, integral experimental work from the late 1950s is an incredible dance of montage and super-imposition starring none other than New York City's various bridges, transforming them into an urban jungle (jazz version) or an alien landscape (electro-acoustic version)
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Did You Know?
Musical Tonalites used in Forbidden Planet and composed by Bebe and Louis Barron are also used in Bridges-Go-Round. See more
Two versions of the film, often shown back-to-back, differ only in the soundtrack, one a jazz score by Teo Macero, the other an electronic soundtrack by Louis and Bebe Barron. See more