This film is included on "By Brakhage: an Anthology", which is part of the Criterion Collection, spine #184. See more »
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A work of such magnitude and power that one struggles to believe it is less than 10 minutes long. This is my favorite Brakhage for perhaps the most shallow reasons in that I just find it strikingly beautiful to watch. It is so refreshing to find someone who struggled their entire life, purely for the struggle and the goal of reaching perfection in their art. It is good to know that men like Brakhage can live today. A true artist, and a great loss.
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