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9 Ratings

O.K. End Here

Directed by Robert Frank
United States, 1963


OK End Here is Frank’s 1963 short film about inertia in a modern relationship. The film alternates between semidocumentary scenes and shots composed with rigid formality, and appears to have been directly influenced by the French Nouvelle Vague and Michelangelo Antonioni’s films.

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O.K. End Here Directed by Robert Frank

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  • Jason's rating of the film O.K. End Here

    Essentially - as in both, you know, basically, and also, you know, has to exist - tracks developments in the American demimonde parallel to those exploding European cinema in the early 60s. Indeed, Frank has made a short film that invokes Rossellini's Viaggio in Italia (favourite of the Nouvelle Vague), Antonioni, and the fierce youthful exuberance / inventiveness of early Truffaut. Basically a complete revelation.

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