Station to Station is composed of 62 individual one-minute films featuring different artists, musicians, places, and perspectives. This revolutionary feature-length film reveals a larger narrative about modern creativity.
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A fabulous collection of artists' journey with an immersive and live art viewpoint. High quality of film photography and sound editing, an uplifting and superb film as a taste of Station to Station, A 30 Day Happening event at Barbican.
A thundering score and sumptuous Americana visuals squandered by a lack of real focus and the format. A series of 1 minute promotional videos that neither delve deep enough into the mindset of the artists involved, leaving most of the monologues floundering in pseudo-philosophical pretentious-ness, or focus on the art works in question long enough to make a decent impression. Maybe 'you-had-to-be-there' to get it...
One of the most shallow, insensitive, meaningless films I’ve seen so far. I feel sorry for Ruscha, Demand, Eggleston who sold their souls to an ad man. Unfortunately, I seems impossible here to pass a comment without awarding a "star".
A documentary which is supposed to cut through the the fly-over states, but which does little but skim by without catching on any sense of place, or America, or indeed landscape.
There are gorgeous segments, funny bits, but being cut so finely into 1 minute slices leaves you feeling like you've feasted on crumbs. Some of which have been incredible. But still unsatisfying and somehow incomplete.
I wonder what would look like similar movie from say journey in India or East to West China, or, ... Immediately irritates me that any mediocre mess from States gets global attention and clear path to format - condition global contexts. However, Gary Indiana's talk on complacency (41) bears good substance.