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Sans Soleil

Sans Soleil may be the single most confusing film I have ever seen.  The string of images put together is supposed to convey a message/theme of memory throughout the film–the only thing the film conveyed to me was confusion.  I … Continue reading

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Sans Soleil

Sans Soleil is a very interesting film made by French filmmaker Chris Marker.  As intriguing as many arguments are as well as the images that accompany it, it is a very hard film to follow and at times made me … Continue reading

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Blog Response #3 : Sans Soleil

Wow. This movie is extremely unique compared to other foreign films that I have watched, which have included many Czech movies, for if you haven’t watched any, can be completely bizarre, nonetheless visual mindbending masterpieces. Not that I can say that this is a bad movie, … Continue reading

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Sans Soleil

A large amount of Chris Marker’s Sans Soleil unclear and images seemed random at times. The film goes back and forth with two main locations, Japan and Africa. Both cultures are explored and some interesting facts are shed light upon. … Continue reading

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Sans Soleil

Sans Soleil is a documentary film about Japanese people.  It show their living and A unique meditation on time, memory and place from French filmmaker Chris Marker, this nonlinear essay fuses the poetic narration of an unseen woman with kaleidoscopic … Continue reading

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Birds in Sans Soleil: The Symbolic Emu

It goes without saying that emus are cool birds. They have the strongest legs of any bird, able to tear wire fences with them, they are close relatives to ostriches, and they are native to Australia. Why, however, are they … Continue reading

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Sans Soleil (1983) – Film Response# 3

Sans Soleil (1983) is a film by Chris Marker. The film is about a diary of a fictional traveler, Sandor Krasna, being told by a female narrator. The film is formed by lots of short footages. They are either joined … Continue reading

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Sans Soliel: The Borefest

Wow! That’s about the only word that came to mind after watching this essay film by Chris Marker. I guess essay film is slang for “boredom” because this was by far one of the worst films I think I have … Continue reading

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De memoirs: Sans Soleil

Our memories are in fact the key to time travel. They link the past to present throught the minds of the people who remember them. How exactly are memories crystallized. The closest and fullest way they are brought into fruition … Continue reading

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The Forgettable Sans Soleil

This was one of the most weirdest films I have ever seen in my life. I really didn’t like this film at all because it really did bore me to death and made me almost fall a sleep. But it … Continue reading

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Attendance Matters

In class yesterday, I presented a number of different charts and graphs. But one chart that I didn’t get to finish in time for yesterday’s class was one based on performance based on attendance. It’s done now and there’s a … Continue reading

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All The Presidents Men

“All The Presidents Men” is a 1976 film starring Dustin Hoffman and Robert Redford. It is a film adaptation to the book that had the same title. The movie portrays all the events that occurred during the Watergate investigation and … Continue reading

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Miklós Jancsó’s The Red and the White

Miklós Jancsó’s The Red and the White is a 1968 film that deals with the Russian Civil War. This film was well received in Hungary, as opposed to Russia who banned the film for many years. The film is set … Continue reading

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The Red and the White

The “Red and the White” was a movie made by Hungarian filmmaker Miklos Jansco in 1967. The movie takes place during the Russian Revolution after the October revolution of 1917. The movie captures the battle between the Reds who were … Continue reading

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The Red and the White

Miklós Jancsó’s The Red and the White is a  true political statement about war.  The depiction of war was very clear it is chaotic, ugly, immoral, violent and there is no true right side. What was interesting was the lack … Continue reading

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The Red and the White

The Red and the White (1967) is a Hungarian film directed by Miklos Jancso. Jancso is known for his innovative camera work. His films are also strong in political ideas. The Red and the White took place when most Eastern … Continue reading

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A View on the Parallax View

The definition of the word “parallax” is an apparent change in the position of an object resulting from a change in position of the observer, or an apparent change in the position of cross hairs as viewed through a telescope … Continue reading

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The Red and the White: Film Response

The Red and The White is a 1968 Russian film directed by Miklos Jancso. Dedicated to the 15th anniversary of the October Revolution, the film tells the story of a group of Hungarian Communist, the Reds, which aid the Bolsheviks’ … Continue reading

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The Red and the White (1967)

This film by Miklos Jancso was made to depict the Russian Civil War during the early party of the 20th century. In his film, he does not take the side of the Communist or anti-Communist but rather shows his film … Continue reading

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Review “The Red and The White”

Brian Fairchild The film, “The Red and The White,” that we watched in class was like no film I had ever seen before. I’ve watchedmany war and revolution films, but to watch this Russian Revolution picture that didn’t portray a good guy … Continue reading

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Red and White, or Black and White?

The Red and the White is a powerful, masterfully crafted, political film. Miklos Jancso is well known for his constantly moving camera technique and wide angle shots. He employs both these very well in The Red and the White using … Continue reading

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Film Response 2: The Red and the White

The Red and the White (1967) is a film directed by Miklós Jancsó that was meant to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the October Revolution but this film decided to take a different approach. Instead of a hagiographic account that … Continue reading

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The Red and the White

The Red and the White is a 1967 film written by the Hungarian director, Miklós Jancsó was a really different style of film.  It didn’t seem to really follow any certain plot besides the civil war between two Russian sides: … Continue reading

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The Red and the White

The Red and the White is about Hungarian Communists aid the Bolsheviks’ defeat of Czarists, the Whites. Near the Volga, a monastery and a field hospital are held by one side then the other. Captives are executed or sent running … Continue reading

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The Red and The White;Miklos Jancso Style

The Red and The White, is a 1967 film by Miklos Jancso.Jancso was noted for his  innovative camera work. In this film, I especially enjoyed the wide-set camera angles and views. To be able to see a broad landscape was especially … Continue reading

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