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ELDORA

Directed by Gregory J. Markopoulos
United States, 1953
Short, Avant-Garde

Synopsis

Dedicated to Robert C. Freeman, Jr. for his birthday. In his writings, Markopoulos refers to the film’s “cautious and excruciatingly slow movement” and describes its heroine “proceeding as if with lunar strides across the wet, soft, earthly shore matter of the Maumee River”.

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Synopsis

Dedicated to Robert C. Freeman, Jr. for his birthday. In his writings, Markopoulos refers to the film’s “cautious and excruciatingly slow movement” and describes its heroine “proceeding as if with lunar strides across the wet, soft, earthly shore matter of the Maumee River”.