A tangled network woven with tiny particles of movements broken out of found footage and compiled anew: the elements of the “to the left, to the right, back and forth” grammar of narrative space, discharged from all semantic burden.
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Noise music cinema! I'd love to get to know more on the relation of Tscherkassky to Burroughs and Gysins cutup theory - or what other inspirations he drew on. Manufraktur enacts the double meaning contained in it's title, an industrial (sound)collage, centered around the car as an everyday object. Really heavy, really dense, really weird - if incoherence and exhaustion aren't your cup of tea, you're wrong here
Quite a bizarre film, interesting sound design, I guess I could not understand the language of the dialogue. Gave me a feeling of something that is stuck in the same spot and disturbed and unable to make sense of reality.
La voiture, cet engin mythologique, fruit des mains de l'homme autant que de la mécanique industrielle. La voiture, cette douce assurance de se rendre jusqu'à destination, tout aussi loin soit-elle. "Manufraktur" (en)raye la belle carrosserie de cette Voiture. En glissant un "r" dans l'usine, Tscherkassky déconstruit l'image publicitaire et le glacis moderne qui pare les automobiles.