Calender

Memories address the concept of time and space. The Mirror and Sans Soleil all use film form to produce essays on the intersection of time and space and how the cinema’s plasticity can be used to remember, forget, and even project what’s happened. In Calender the memories go back to dates on a calender and specific events that happened.  The recording of the memories succeeds because it helps the audience remember what happened since the sequences are out of chronological order.  This fails because the calender dates help the main character remember all the times he failed in his life.  That is very interesting because it reveals misleading information about the main character.

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