Centuries of June (1955)
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I loved it. Although, it is open to interpretation, I found it a bit nostalgic. The silence worked for me on many levels. There is no particular definition of the mood because of that.
Dali apparantly told Cornell to stop making movies, and only do art. Based on this movie alone I am probably in agreement.
I understand there's probably SOME kind of experiment going on, but I'll be damned if I can get what that is. All I see is someone filming random stuff in a neighboorhood for 13 minutes really.
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This movie ranks #168 in Anthology Film Archives' Essential Cinema
This movie ranks #189 in Brief Encounters