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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Samuel Andrade's rating of the film (nostalgia)

    every photograph fights to survive.

  2. Eric Eidelstein's rating of the film (nostalgia)

    Well, I felt it. The nostalgia.

  3. edpwilson's rating of the film (nostalgia)

    there's something melancholy about seeing images, captured in time, decay into ashes. Yet there's something otherworldly seeing the process preserved on film - entered a weird mental trance watching this

  4. Stian Gledje Bekkvik's rating of the film (nostalgia)

  5. Alexander Dunkelberger's rating of the film (nostalgia)

    Destroying memories, yet preserving their destruction. Cinema and photography are the closest thing to a time machine we will ever have. Surprisingly frightening ending.

  6. Vincent T's rating of the film (nostalgia)

    needs a rewatch. Been too long.

  7. sahandmohajer's rating of the film (nostalgia)

    the image is stunning. the narration poetic. and the structure charmingly pulls the viewer in all directions: past present future. i plan on rewatching this film ever year, begin to build a personal relationship with the photographs and the recollections.

  8. Lynch/Fellini's rating of the film (nostalgia)

    Everything is a lie and therefore must burn!

  9. Samuel T.'s rating of the film (nostalgia)

    Baldessari infamously burned 15 years of his own work in 1970, an ultra-conceptual ashes to cookies to bronze remark on artistic lifecycle. A year later, Frampton, opposite coast, took on a different approach to "Killing all Your Darlings," less insular commentary, and more about confounding the notion of memory, burning his early images like rotting flesh, fading flickers of Stella, Poons, Andre in smoking tow.

  10. DAVE A's rating of the film (nostalgia)

    A true classic, thankfully now available for home viewing (in Region 1) as part of the TREASURES IV: AMERICAN AVANT-GARDE FILM, 1947-1986 box set.

  11. Andrés Pff's rating of the film (nostalgia)

  12. Spiritchaser's rating of the film (nostalgia)

    View the entire Hapax Legomena series, they best exemplify Frampton as one of the towering giants in avant-garde cinema, alongside Brakhage, Anger, Snow and Deren.

  13. REH1101's rating of the film (nostalgia)

    The past shrivels and decays in front of your eyes. This is ruinous zen.

  14. zazie's rating of the film (nostalgia)

  15. o_oo's rating of the film (nostalgia)

  16. julianross12's rating of the film (nostalgia)

    London Screening: 16mm Event