Man With a Movie Camera
So I usually give a brief summary in my reviews but um...I have no idea what the hell just happened.
Basically, this is a film of people doing things. The director uses pretty much all the techniques available at that time to a score that makes me feel like I should be in a factory assembly line in high speed. There is no plot, no intertitles, no real actors, and no sets. Sometimes, he would even film a guy holding a camera which might have been him, I really haven't the faintest clue.
So did I like it? It kind of reminded me of Andalusian Dog though less disturbing. I prefer a story, if that is not too much trouble for these directors. However, it was kind of interesting to see all the different techniques...for the first ten minutes.
The director's name was Dziga Vertov (I copied and pasted that one).
His wife edited the film.
This is an experimental film which basically means if you don't like it, you don't understand it.
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