|A Bunch of Home Movies Spliced Together End-to-End|
Sans Soleil has been heralded by critics for decades as a revolutionary piece of Avant-garde cinema. Perhaps, but that doesn't really mean it's particularly engaging. Like other Chris Marker films, it has a tendency to ramble. Ostensibly a of letters written to the narrator by a traveling cameraman, it seems more like a collection of found footage strung together with a 'story' made-up to lay over top. It's more like a travelogue, or someone's home movies or at best an art installation made to be sampled, than a feature film. Or perhaps I'm just showing my American bias for narrative? Well, you be the judge - here it is complete for French speakers. English speakers should track down the Criterion version... or not.
|review||A Bunch of Home Movies Spliced Together End-to-End (2 out of 5)||etragedy|
|review||Wonderful pictorial with some amazing writing (5 out of 5)||Yuri_Andreyevich|
|US Release||March 2, 1983|
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