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  1. Pete H's rating of the film Trains of Winnipeg: 14 Film Poems

    Watching this, I feel like I've been set alight. It's very musical...like a fugue. The rhythms of voice, sound, image and music cycle throughout and snake around each other. The total effect is as musical as it is cinematic and poetic. Astonishing.

  2. msmichel's rating of the film Trains of Winnipeg: 14 Film Poems

    Mesmerizing collage of spoken word poetry and visual art separated into 14 short films. Some are more interesting than others with the gems being 'Love in the White City', 'Condo', '18000 Dead in Gordon Head' and the final wordless poem 'Trains of Winnipeg'. For lovers of storytelling and abstract film.

  3. TheReaper's rating of the film Trains of Winnipeg: 14 Film Poems

    Would love to watch this...

  4. Dizzle D's rating of the film Trains of Winnipeg: 14 Film Poems

    the visual contrast between scenes are good but that's it.

  5. César's rating of the film Trains of Winnipeg: 14 Film Poems

    There are some gorgeous and arresting images but not enough substance to merit a feature-length film. It is also completely lacking in the human element. At 30 mins. it would have been great.

  6. L.A.™'s rating of the film Trains of Winnipeg: 14 Film Poems

    A hypnotic film that catches you off guard and does not let go once it has you ensnared. This experimental film carries so many messages that it will leave you punch drunk! The music, the images and the poetry will leave an indelible mark in your mind!

  7. Law's rating of the film Trains of Winnipeg: 14 Film Poems

    Fourteen poetic segments on various social and geological issues, ranging from a highly personal account of an event the filmmaker witnssed to detached documentation of Winnipeg, intersect in this film to form a personal city symphony (an oxymoron, but that is what it is) for Winnipeg. Immersive and well-paced.