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“You know I like the continuity, because you have a special tension. Everybody is much more concentrated than when you have these short takes. And I like very much to build things, to conceive the scenes, how we can turn around somebody, you know, all the movements implied in these shots. It’s like a play, and how we can tell something, tell something about life . . . Because it’s very important to make the film a real psychological process . . .” Bela Tarr ranked. Shorts Prologue (from “Visions of Europe”) (2004) Journey on the Plain (1995) Utolsó Hajó (1990) City Life Segment (1990) Overall Rank: Satantango Damnation Almanac of… Read more

“You know I like the continuity, because you have a special tension. Everybody is much more concentrated than when you have these short takes. And I like very much to build things, to conceive the scenes, how we can turn around somebody, you know, all the movements implied in these shots. It’s like a play, and how we can tell something, tell something about life . . . Because it’s very important to make the film a real psychological process . . .”

Bela Tarr ranked.

Shorts

Prologue (from “Visions of Europe”) (2004)
Journey on the Plain (1995)
Utolsó Hajó (1990)
City Life Segment (1990)

Overall Rank:

Satantango
Damnation
Almanac of Fall
Werckmeister Harmoniak
Macbeth
The Outsider
Family Nest
The Man From London
Hotel Magnezit
Prologue

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