Sans Soleil (aka Sunless, Chris Marker, 1983) (Part 1/2)
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Titled after a song cycle by Mussorgsky, Sans Soleil is a nonlinear essay film by elusive
...Titled after a song cycle by Mussorgsky, Sans Soleil is a nonlinear essay film by elusive documentary filmmaker Chris Marker. It's a collage of images gathered from Japan, Africa, Iceland, San Francisco, and France -- all presented without direct sound. The soundtrack consists of occasional spells of electronic music while an unseen woman's voice narrates letters written by a possibly fictional traveler in poetic verse. Beginning with the phrase "He wrote me," each segment explores some philosophical inquiry of matters as broad as modern culture, technology, consciousness, Japanese television, and even the act of filming itself.
Second part at: http://stagevu.com/video/tziakxelfqdu
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