Monday, January 13, 2014

ANTI-CLOCK (1979, Jane Arden + Jack Bond, A+30)

ANTI-CLOCK is as difficult as any films made by Jean-Luc Godard or Alexander Kluge. It is full of things I don’t understand. It is not easy to attune my wavelength to this film, but it is mesmerizing in its own way. If I have to screen this film with another film, I may choose to screen it with REALTIME (1983, Hellmuth Costard + Jürgen Ebert, A+30), because both of them are:
1.Very great
2.Very strange
4.Very scientific
5.Very charming because of its use of early video techniques

No comments: