so... this is just a sequence of random imagery?
Interesting conceptually but I did not find it wholly entertaining. That probably says more about my tastes than it does the film though.
An amazing,important work of art. Shows the power of film to educate re history and,most of all,to celebrate life.
Beats Koyanistasi to the punch by 50 years.
A comedy that anticipates everything from Playtime to F for Fake and conceptual music videos.
A early testament to the power and potential of the film camera and its operator's ability in capturing life and refitting it to establish its own frame of mind and, better still, its own essence of being.
The editing and camerawork blows my mind away. From stop motion to timelapse photography, from the fast and rhythmic montage to filmed sequences with complex production logistics. The train scene is unforgettable and the shrimp one is very intriguing. What really makes me think is the editing per se and the notion of truth ("pravda") with constant editing - that is, of course, the difficulty of defining documentary.
This is hypnotising, and very interesting film to watch, brilliant camerawork and editing shows you don't need actors in film.
Everytime I watch it, I like it more. Kinoks 4 lyfe.
Shows how important editing and music are to a film!
Beethoven - Symphony no.7 in A major, Op.92, II Alegretto. Just do it.
Watched this with Buckethead's album "Shadows Between the Sky" as soundtrack. Perfection.
What an amazing Turkish movie with brilliant montage techniques. Kudos to his wife Yeizaveta Svilova. Greetings from Çorum.
Not only does this "documentary" give birth to film theory...it does so without words.
One of the most ambitious and audacious films I have ever seen!
Hipnotizante: ésa sería la palabra para mí
Visually monumental and inspiring, definitely ahead of its time. But the soundtrack seemed to be quite distracting to me and even out of place sometimes.