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Ratings & Reviews

  1. FISCHER's rating of the film Repeated Absences

    Voyage au bout de la nuit, d'une sensibilité "effrayante" côtoyant désespoir et mort. www.cinefiches.com

  2. lndah's rating of the film Repeated Absences

    A very nice film to be watched hand-in-hand with Wheel of Ashes (Goldman, 1969) and The Man Who Sleeps (Queysanne, 1974) and The Devil Probably (Bresson, 1977). Easily favorited.

  3. polkasan's rating of the film Repeated Absences

    Je croyais que la vie était un poème.

  4. εξώτερο Διάστημα's rating of the film Repeated Absences

    If someone dented the colonnades in these apparently low-pitched and proper households, they'd exude viscid poison into jade carafes.. Every now and then my mind returns to this film as a celestial body sliver on an erratic orbit. Its tranquil shapes, spiderweb domes, the sylphic youth and nearly ossified order are venom-holding goblets. Vast industry of elegance that lids a blighted greenhouse. Inside this prolific,

  5. José Neves's rating of the film Repeated Absences

    Just seen and surprise: an unexceedable alliance of cinema as an illusionary art (despite Cocteau) of images as signs (despite Godard). In a movie that is an eroded biography (like a Garrel) of a youth that dilutes in the pain of its ephemerality (as a Fassbinder), images and sounds are supported by the immanence of its literary power. The exorcism of romanticism (as in a Schroeter) by a filmmaker i won, of my own.