Man With A Movie Camera (DVD)
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Not merely a cinematic portrait of a day in the life of a city, cinema pioneer Dziga Vertov's MAN WITH A MOVIE CAMERA is an experimental manifesto of vision. Controversial when it was created in 1929, the film still pulses with the unruly energy and innovation of Vertov's genius. Subverting and criticizing the conventions of capitalist fiction filmmaking that he so despised, Vertov and his revolutionary Kino-Eye crew (including his wife as editor and his brother as cameraman--both of whom appear in the film) created a plethora of filmic devices in order to comment on vision, life, Marxism, and modernity. Differing film speeds, superimposition, evocative and manipulative editing, and rhythmic graphic composition all blend seamlessly in a magic show of life above and below the city.
- New Score by Michael Nyman
|Sone||Sone 0 - NTSC||Sjanger||Dokumentar|
|Antall disker||1||Spilletid||1 timer 8 minutter|
|Lydformater||Mono 1.0 (Stumfilm)||Bildeformater||Fullscreen 4:3, Sort/Hvitt|