30 hand picked films. A new one every day
Even landscape have a life...
The high contrast B&W sky scenes are remarkable, but the rest of the film is a little flat visually.
not as brilliant as his early films such as 'At Sea' or 'New York Trilogy', but his fingerprint is still exist.
reminder to myself: read more about peirce's theory of sign classification and see where/if the image as sign in contemplative cinema stands within that system.
one of hutton's most troubling films, intensely focused on bodies and labor. no editor in cinema is subtler; he could be considered one of the greats for the way he exposes for clouds alone.