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Ratings & Reviews

  1. MisterColo93's rating of the film RR

  2. Lynch/Fellini's rating of the film RR

    James Benning's film is a hypnotic portrait of the American landscape, showing its variety, yet has a connected through line that makes it one.

  3. Ruiz Buñuel's rating of the film RR

    As these industrial abominations roar through idyllic postcard-shaped landscapes like blasphemous snakes or ambulances' evil twins with alienation in the slipstream, you'd expect them to at least disturb the peace of romanticism's wax museum. Strangely, the opposite happens: the sublime is born in the friction between the hideous and the precious. At least till the train exits the frame or a human enters the picture.

  4. Royce Jr.'s rating of the film RR

    A serie of landscapes from various places, under various different weathers, shot from various different angles, pierced by various moving carriages. The contemplations of moving trains and landscapes are grouped in one

  5. DSPRKY's rating of the film RR

  6. Stian Gledje Bekkvik's rating of the film RR

  7. Nachtreich's rating of the film RR

  8. Julius's rating of the film RR

    An amazing achievement on a purely technical level, but a poetical achievement?

  9. Steve Pulaski's rating of the film RR

    Anybody know where one could see this?

  10. Samuel Andrade's rating of the film RR

    ★★★★★ patience will be rewarded - at train speed - with a hypnotic, symbolic and visually stunning experience.

  11. Gondo's rating of the film RR

    The trains that rattle through the almost silent landscapes force us to reorient our perception towards the image we see and the time we experience through Bennings precise staging. And what should have been a violent destabilization of the balance of the image, ends up being incredibly harmoniously experience. There's something warm about it, watching those giants pass and the time they take with them.

  12. Alma de-a valma's rating of the film RR

    trains are iron reptiles burdened by the task of punctuality. compared with the vast savage silence of the landscapes, they look like melancholy caterpillars that have eaten their way through the deeply indented fronds of coastal geography or through the towering babels of hills and mountains, an uneven map looking like a close-up of a horned lizard assaulted by a rapacious overgrowth of conifers. the trains that

  13. Jose Sarmiento Hinojosa's rating of the film RR

    Oh god. I'm going to extremes here, trying to find cinema at it's purest. This is just overwhelming and breathtaking.

  14. Aaron Dumont's rating of the film RR