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Fourth Film Reponse: Memories Lost, Found and Forgotten

Over the last several weeks, we’ve seen several films that have addressed the very challenging concept of time, memory, space, and displacement. The Mirror and Sans Soleil all use film form to produce essays on the intersection of time and … Continue reading

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Sans Soleil

Sans Soleil is a movie that is very hard to comprehend. It is composed of an array of short clips edited together over a narration which never seemed to stay on topic. It is portrayed as a documentary but doesn’t … Continue reading

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Film Response 3: Sans Soleil

Sans Soleil, directed by Chris Marker, is one of the most complex and confusing films I have ever seen. “A unique meditation on time, memory and place… this nonlinear essay fuses the poetic narration of an unseen woman with kaleidoscopic … Continue reading

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I have no words for Sans Soleil

I honestly couldn’t take this film anymore. Out of all the films that we’ve watched so far, this film has taken the cake/honorary award for most confusing film. I literally could not follow what was going on here with this … Continue reading

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Film Response for April 4: Sans Soleil

I’ll admit that having you craft a response to a complex, essay film such as Sans Soleil is a little cruel. However, the essay film is a complex genre and one that really flourishes in the last forty years of … Continue reading

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