Online Trailer Premiere of Béla Tarr's "The Man From London" Written by Daniel Kasman Published on 27 May 2009 Responses 10 responses to this post. Join the discussion Nelson George about 4 years ago That trailer looks amazing. Get me some pop corn and I’m ready to go. Debora Aoni about 4 years ago Me too. Joseph about 4 years ago A brilliant, beautiful film. I really don’t understand those who were calling it a disappointment post-Cannes last year. It’s just as good as Werckmeister, if not quite as ambitious. Ji-La about 4 years ago Bela Tarr maintaining his unparalleled form yet again. With Fred Keleman’s cinematographic virtuosity whispering ominously in every frame, this film looms large, and casts a long, cold, dark shadow over everything else I’ve seen lately. Mihály Vig’s score is awesome, too. Jamie Mattick about 4 years ago wonderful wonderful film, still not as good as damnation but still incredible. KJ about 4 years ago I love Simenon’s romans durs. These are not the stories featuring Inspector Maigret (though these are quite good), but his hard novels, bitter and very very black. From the trailer it seems Tarr savored every noir moment, and Fred Keleman’s cinematography looks to be astonishing. Daniel Kasman is looking to acquire some of Keleman’s films for viewing at The Auteurs, isn’t that right Daniel? ; -) Daniel Kasman about 4 years ago I met Keleman in Berlin this year, actually. I have a friend who’s looking to acquire his films, that much can be said. Derrick Hinman about 4 years ago Wow, that looks incredible. Gary Sharp about 4 years ago agreed. tony gregory about 4 years ago very good trailer. may even get me back after the drudgery that was saltatango (sorry, hated it) Your opinion Please login to add a new comment.