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Jason's rating of the film Vulgar Fractions

A beautiful and extremely ethereal evocation of place. Like a more culturally specific, geographically grounded variation on the kind of work Bill Viola does. Textured. Haptic. One feels the earth and air and the cosmic dust. History is immanent to any moment. A moment is a geology. This is a perfect and measured expression of a very particular vision. New forms are rare, and the stuff of great experiments.