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¶ Which first time viewings last month made you grateful to be alive? - February 2021

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¶ Which first time viewings last month made you grateful to be alive? - February 2021

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Ѧ!א‎ε:

. ചിത്രസൂത്രം / Image Threads / Chitra Sutram (Vipin Vijay, 2011)
. Explorer (1968, Pramod Pati)
. Nachrichten aus der ideologischen Antike - Marx/Eisenstein/Das Kapital (full version) (2008, Alexander Kluge)
. Mare's Tail (1968, David Larcher)
. The Unknown Craftsman (2017, Amit Dutta)
. Wheel of Ashes (1968, Peter Emmanuel Goldman)
. A Zen Life: D.T. Suzuki (2006, Michael Goldberg)
. The Fresh Lobster (1928, Billy Bletcher)
. Man With Mirror (1976, Guy Sherwin) [2 versions]
༡༠. Happy Face (2018, Alexandre Franchi)
༡༡. Rodamorfosis (1984, Alain Mazars)
༡༢. Bliss (2021, Mike Cahill)
༡༣. Der Fahnder: "Nachtwache" (1993, Dominik Graf)
༡༤. Thunder Perfect Mind (2004, Micaela O'Herlihy)
༡༥. Doble Yo / Double Me (2018, Felipe Rugeles)
༡༦. Cycles (1972, Guy Sherwin)
༡༧. Square Inch Field (David Rimmer, 1968)
༡༨. Take Off (1972, Gunvor Nelson)


Honorable Mentions

Perret in Frankreich und Algerien / Perret in France and Algeria (2012, Heinz Emigholz) ● Okeanos (painted) (1972-2008, Myron Ort) ● エロスの誘惑 / Seduction of Eros / Temptation of Eros / Erosu no yûwaku (1972, Toshiya Fujita) ● Der Angriff der Gegenwart auf die übrige Zeit (1985, Alexander Kluge) ● Октябрь / October / Oktyabr (1927, Sergei Eisenstein & Grigory Aleksandrov) ● ダメジン / Damejin / The Loafers (2006, Satoshi Miki) ● Palimpsest Palindrome (1965-1975, Myron Ort) ● Im Netz der Lügen - Fakten, Fakes und Filterblasen (2017, Mario Sixtus) ● Full of Life (1956, Richard Quine) ● Cathedral (1971, Ronald Chase) ● North of 50-50 (1924, Len Powers) ● The Voices (1953, John Schmitz) ● Guy Sherwin: Light CyclesLost Book Found (1996, Jem Cohen) ● Poem 8 (1932, Emlen Etting) ● In the mood for love par Johanna Vaude (2021, Johanna Vaude) ● Saint Maud (2019, Rose Glass) ● How to Live With Regret (2018, John Wilson) ● とんぼ / Dragonfly (1988, Nobuhiro Aihara) ● How the West Was Won (Smilebox Transfer) (1962, Henry Hathaway & others) ● Bergmál / Echo (2018, Rúnar Rúnarsson) ● ...Absolyutno iz Nichego... / Absolutely from Nothing / Absolutely of Nothing (1997, Vladimir Kobrin) ● Television de chambre (1984, Patrick Bokanowski) ● Moonrise (1948, Frank Borzage) ● Nietzsche Sils Maria Rochedo de Surlej (2019, Júlio Bressane & Rosa Dias & Rodrigo Lima) ● The Night My Number Came Up (1955, Leslie Norman) ● In the Street (1948/52, James Agee & Helen Levitt & Janice Loeb) ● Celery Stalks at Midnight (1951, John Whitney Sr.) ● Homo ludens (1964, Åke Karlung) ● La Notte delle bugie / The Night of Candles (1993, Robert Cahen) ● Berliner Stilleben (1926/1931, László Moholy-Nagy) ● Weltenempfänger (1984, Schmelzdahin) ● Unofficial Reality (2005, Vince Collins) ● Parties visible et invisible d'un ensemble sous tension / The Visible and Invisible of a Body Under Tension (2009, Emmanuel Lefrant) ● Salt Water (1986, Guy Sherwin) ● Nimic (2019, Yorgos Lanthimos) ● Eros and Wonder (2003, R. Bruce Elder)

special shoutouts / Online Media

Alan Watts (Eastern Wisdom and Modern Life (1960-69)) ● R. Bruce Elder, the teacher ● Randall Carlson ● Reggie Watts ● Oren Lyons ● Pamela Reif ● The Simpsons - Russian Art Film Version

The Joe Rogan Experience [#501 Randall Carlson 2014 ● #764 Duncan Trussell 2016 ● #1609 Elon Musk 2021 ● #739 Duncan Trussell & Christopher Ryan 2015 ● #1601 Brian Redban 2021]

Honorable Mentions - most fruitful rewatches

Au bord du lac (1994, Patrick Bokanowski) 3>7 ● Battements solaires (2008, Patrick Bokanowski) 6>7 ● Le clair de terre / Earth Light (1970, Guy Gilles) 9>10 ● Migration (1969, David Rimmer) 7 ● House of 1000 Corpses (2003, Rob Zombie) 10 ● Déjeuner du matin / Breakfast (1974, Patrick Bokanowski) 7 ● Bells of Atlantis (1952-53, Ian Hugo & Len Lye) 8 ● Rogue One (2016, Gareth Edwards) 8 ● Blade Runner (The Final Cut) (1982-2007, Ridley Scott) 9


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1. Vale Abraão / Abraham's Valley (Manoel de Oliveira, 1993)
2. Jour après jour / Day After Day (Jean-Paul Fargier & Jean-Daniel Pollet, 2006)
3. Toute une nuit (Chantal Akerman, 1982)
4. The Naked Kiss (Samuel Fuller, 1964)
5. Cartesius (Roberto Rossellini, 1974)
6. Portrait d'une jeune fille de la fin des années 60 à Bruxelles (Chantal Akerman, 1994)
7. 稲妻 / Lightning (Mikio Naruse, 1952)
8. Gunda (Viktor Kossakovsky, 2020)
9. Das Kino und der Tod / Cinema and Death (Hartmut Bitomsky, 1988)
10. The Reckless Moment (Max Ophüls, 1949)
11. Showgirls (Paul Verhoeven, 1995)
12. Étude cinégraphique sur une arabesque (Germaine Dulac, 1929)
13. Le Million (René Clair, 1931)
14. We Are Going Home (Jennifer Reeves, 1998)
15. Gespenster / Ghosts (Christian Petzold, 2005)
16. Trees of Syntax, Leaves of Axis (Daïchi Saïto, 2009)
17. Caprice (Emmanuel Mouret, 2015)
18. Shibuya – Tokyo (Tomonari Nishikawa, 2010)
19. Night Music (Stan Brakhage, 1986)
20. Poetic Justice (John Singleton, 1993)

HM's: Little Women (Greta Gerwig, 2019), Asphalt (Joe May, 1929), Kanchana Sita (Govindan Aravindan, 1977), Sea Countrymen (Vittorio de Seta, 1955), Sorry We Missed You (Ken loach, 2019), Black Bus Stop (Kevin Jerome Everson & Claudrena Harold, 2019), My Name Is Oona (Gunvor Nelson, 1969), Vapour (Apichatpong Weerasethakul, 2015), Vers Nancy (Claire Denis, 2002), The Cotton Club (Francis Ford Coppola, 1984)
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New favorites (>= 8/10):
Perfect Blue (1997, Satoshi Kon)
Qiu Ju da guan si (1992, Yimou Zhang)

Honorable Mentions (>= 6.5/10):
Imitation of Life (1959, Douglas Sirk)
Jaws (1975, Steven Spielberg)
Qian li zou dan qi (2005, Yimou Zhang)
Kimi no na wa. (2016, Makoto Shinkai)
Stachka (1925, Sergei Eisenstein)
Snowpiercer (2013, Joon-ho Bong)
WolfWalkers (2020, Tomm Moore & Ross Stewart)
Mang shan (2007, Yang Li)
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No new favorites this month (9/10 or better). The following three movies were the most rewarding ones I saw (8/10): Crazy Love (1987), Daisan no kagemusha (1963), Last and First Men (2020).
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5.0* The Tale of Princess Kaguya
5.0* Midsommar
5.0* Love Exposure
5.0* La haine
5.0* Climax
4.5* Ex Drummer
4.5* WolfWalkers
4.5* Videodrome
4.5* The Wicker Man
4.5* Walkabout:
4.5* Joker
4.5* Hereditary
4.0* Blade Runner 2049
4.0* Europa Report
4.0* 1917
4.0* Calvaire
4.0* Baby Driver
4.0* La Tortue Rouge
4.0* The Big Lebowski
4.0* Perfect Blue
4.0* Howl's Moving Castle
4.0* Princess Mononoke
4.0* Les garcons sauvages
4.0* Mud
4.0* Un Ange
4.0* Adoration

REVISIONS:
5.0* Blade Runner
5.0* Nightcrawler
5.0* Home
4.5* Like Me
4.0* Goodfellas
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Perception de Ambiguity wrote: March 1st, 2021, 8:34 am ● Pamela Reif ●
WHAT?
We're talking the Instagram fitness influencer chickl?
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A pretty solid month.

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01. 4.5* - Cocolors by Toshihisa Yokoshima
Lovingly crafted indie animation that references quite a few other films, but still manages to stand on its own two feet. An atmospheric cyber/steampunk aesthetic, a beautifully realized art style and impressive cel shading lift this film far above the competition and immediately put Yokoshima on the map as a talent to look out for in the future.


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02. 4.0* - Daughters by Hajime Tsuda
A delicate, stylish and modern drama about two young women whose lives are about to be turned upside down. Stellar performances, stunning cinematography and a smart, wonderful score raise this film above the many Japanese dramas released each year. Hajime Tsuda is definitely a bright young talent to keep a close eye on.


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03. 4.0* - Willy's Wonderland by Kevin Lewis
What's there to say about this film? Half of it is Nicolas Cage cleaning a diner, the other half is pure madness, with a bunch of animatronic serial killers feasting on unsuspecting travelers. From afar this may look like an ode to 80s pulp, but somehow it's not and that may be a problem for a film that's already quite niche. But man does Lewis know how to create something wildly amusing. Prime entertainment.
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Torgo wrote: March 1st, 2021, 6:32 pm
Perception de Ambiguity wrote: March 1st, 2021, 8:34 am ● Pamela Reif ●
WHAT?
We're talking the Instagram fitness influencer chickl?
Don't know about instagram or influencing, but that's her alright. She makes for a good fitness trainer/workout partner via her YouTube channel, that's all I care about. I've especially been enjoying the dance workouts these past few days, feels more like a dance lesson than a workout yet I'm quicker to break a sweat with those than with most regular workouts and all the while I'm getting to learn some moves, I love it.
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Perception de Ambiguity wrote: March 1st, 2021, 8:34 am
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༡༢. Bliss (2021, Mike Cahill)



What made you grateful on this one ?
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Decent month, with a few new favorites:

The Nose or Conspiracy of Mavericks ( Andrey Khrzhanovskiy , 2020 )
Ballet mécanique ( Dudley Murphy, Fernand Léger , 1924 )
Leviathan ( Verena Paravel, Lucien Castaing-Taylor , 2012 )
El Club ( Pablo Larraín , 2015 )
Énorme ( Sophie Letourneur , 2019 )
Girl ( Lukas Dhont , 2018 )
Dark Waters ( Todd Haynes , 2019 )
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Perception de Ambiguity wrote: March 1st, 2021, 7:26 pm
Torgo wrote: March 1st, 2021, 6:32 pm
Perception de Ambiguity wrote: March 1st, 2021, 8:34 am ● Pamela Reif ●
WHAT?
We're talking the Instagram fitness influencer chickl?
Don't know about instagram or influencing, but that's her alright. She makes for a good fitness trainer/workout partner via her YouTube channel, that's all I care about. I've especially been enjoying the dance workouts these past few days, feels more like a dance lesson than a workout yet I'm quicker to break a sweat with those than with most regular workouts and all the while I'm getting to learn some moves, I love it.
Well color me surprised then.
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hurluberlu wrote: March 1st, 2021, 7:42 pm
Perception de Ambiguity wrote: March 1st, 2021, 8:34 am
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༡༢. Bliss (2021, Mike Cahill)



What made you grateful on this one ?
. The title is "Bliss".
. If done reasonably well I'm usually very intrigued by virtual reality films, especially as of late. The dichotomy of living two different lives, their intertwining, the increasing confusion and being torn in between them. Feedback loops, changing value systems,... It's a great setup to reflect upon existence and on philosophical and even spiritual matters.
. The obliteration of meaningful differences (during much of the film) between going into a world within a world (junkies escaping reality) and avatars escaping this world into a world beyond. Which of the two are you practicing when you meditate, for example?
. Not only is the alleged paradise based on exclusion and shows only the elite of this world (which the film tells implicitly more than explicitly) and so the circumstances overall aren't different, they are only different for the protagonist,
. but the risk-eliminating, conflict-eliminating, sterile "Heaven" isn't necessarily the better world to live in by any objective measure. Ultimately it comes down to the old wisdom of "don't try to change the world, change yourself" because happiness is a state of mind...
. The dirty wish-fulfillment fantasy of having superhuman powers and of just having no scruples to break any known law and doing so with pleasure, provoking ethical questions such as if it is alright to do harm to NPC's. It could be extrapolated to the question of if it is alright to force a revolution upon conformists, "freeing people" whether they want to or not.

Those things, among others made me grateful.
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Thanks again for the heads-up on the Dutta festival!

1. Vapour (Apichatpong Weerasethakul, 2015)
2. The Two Sights (Joshua Bonnetta, 2020)
3. Scenes from a Sketchbook (Amit Dutta, 2016)
4. Kata (Robert Fulton, 1967)
5. False Start (Jean-Claude Rousseau, 2006)
6. Chitrashala: House of Paintings (Amit Dutta, 2015)
7. The Seventh Walk (Amit Dutta, 2013)
8. 37/78: Tree Again (Kurt Kren, 1978)
9. The Museum of Imagination (Amit Dutta, 2012)
10. Fog Line (Larry Gottheim, 1970)
11. Nainsukh (Amit Dutta, 2010)
12. 13 Lakes (James Benning, 2004)
13. The General Line (Sergei Eisenstein and Grigori Aleksandrov, 1929)
14. Drawn from Dreams (Amit Dutta, 2019)
15. Field-Trip (Amit Dutta, 2013)
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Perception de Ambiguity wrote: March 1st, 2021, 8:34 am ● Pamela Reif ●
Haha, I've been doing dance workouts too for the last 3 months. :sweat: Great and funny exercise and dance practice. I've been watching Pamela Reif as well, but also Kyra Pro, when I want something more workouty and not as dancy.

The Unknown Craftsman - 7
Man With Mirror - watched most of one of the version once. Gotta immerse myself in it at some point. I love it on a theoretical level.
Bliss - you have made me interested in this one. Wouldn't have crossed my mind to watch it if it wasn't for you. Hope I'd like it.

Le clair de terre - also gotta rewatch this one in the new, beautiful HD version. One of my film projects for the year is to delve into Guy Gilles again.
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Some great watches:

Ek Din Achanak / Suddenly, One Day (1989 - Mrinal Sen)
The Entertainer (1960 - Tony Richardson)
Agatha et les lectures illimitées / Agatha and the Limitless Readings (1981 - Marguerite Duras)
Edge of Darkness (1985 - Martin Campbell)
Warui yatsu hodo yoku nemuru / The Bad Sleep Well (1960 - Akira Kurosawa)
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viktor-vaudevillain wrote: March 2nd, 2021, 11:10 am
Perception de Ambiguity wrote: March 1st, 2021, 8:34 am ● Pamela Reif ●
Haha, I've been doing dance workouts too for the last 3 months. :sweat: Great and funny exercise and dance practice. I've been watching Pamela Reif as well, but also Kyra Pro, when I want something more workouty and not as dancy.

The Unknown Craftsman - 7
Man With Mirror - watched most of one of the version once. Gotta immerse myself in it at some point. I love it on a theoretical level.
Bliss - you have made me interested in this one. Wouldn't have crossed my mind to watch it if it wasn't for you. Hope I'd like it.

Le clair de terre - also gotta rewatch this one in the new, beautiful HD version. One of my film projects for the year is to delve into Guy Gilles again.
Cool. I have a feeling Pamela Reif is on her way to become an instagram influencer... I hadn't come across the brick house that is Kyra Pro before. The ones I've done today I found pretty dancy, in the sense that she tends not to do very many repetitions before switching to the next exercise. I'll keep giving her a try in the coming days and see how it goes.

Bliss - Well, I wouldn't put any money on you liking it much. It's probably easy to write it off as rather unoriginal, most of it's ideas could be traced back to other, well known films, most of all probably 'The Matrix', as you've already read. I was tempted to write it off in the beginning, but I got into the film or rather I kept being into it all the way through. I found that it has its heart in the right place.

Guy Gilles revisitations - Same. Doesn't look like there's any HD transfer for 'Absences répétées' on the horizon, unfortunately, but I'll have to rewatch it anyway.
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I wasn't a fan of many of your favorites this month, from the ones I've seen. 'Asphalt' is a big favorite that I was surprised to hold up for me on a more recent rewatch especially because of its moralizing(?) ending and the obsession about abiding the law down to (spoiler) the ex-cop father turning in his own son, but I somehow found a way to justify it for myself.
Other than that there is of course the Dulac, and 'Le Million' is great, one of those that had this strange early-talkie appeal. 'Kanchana Sita' I liked, 'Showgirls' is 'Showgirls', the Daïchi Saïto is nice and 'Night Music' is among my favorite Brakhage doodles.
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prodigalgodson wrote: March 1st, 2021, 10:48 pm2. The Two Sights (Joshua Bonnetta, 2020)
Could you let a fella know if there's a way to see this currently. El Mar la Mar is one of my favourite films and I looked at the stills of this and they are gorgy.
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matthewscott8 wrote: March 5th, 2021, 7:40 am
prodigalgodson wrote: March 1st, 2021, 10:48 pm2. The Two Sights (Joshua Bonnetta, 2020)
Could you let a fella know if there's a way to see this currently. El Mar la Mar is one of my favourite films and I looked at the stills of this and they are gorgy.
Hey Matt! Mothravka posted a link to this streaming on the National Gallery of Art website, but looks like the window's closed. :(
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Completely missed this last February, so, let me try to do a mini-retrospective (mainly for myself as the March lists are already upon us)

I saw 73 full-length films and 12 shorts for the first time, as well as 4 rewatches.

First Time Viewings - Feature Length Films:

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Le sang (1972, Jean-Daniel Pollet)

8.5s
Jour après jour / Day After Day (2006, Jean-Paul Fargier, Jean-Daniel Pollet)
A Portuguesa (2018, Rita Azevedo Gomes)
Bergmál / Echo (2019, Rúnar Rúnarsson)
Chunjiang shuinuan / Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains (2019, Xiaogang Gu)
Corpo celeste (2011, Alice Rohrwacher)
Pont de Varsòvia (1990, Pere Portabella)

8s
Toute une nuit (1982, Chantal Akerman)
Dieu sait quoi / God Only Knows (1994, Jean-Daniel Pollet)
37°2 le matin / Betty Blue (1986, Jean-Jacques Beineix)
Zhuang si le yi zhi yang / Jinpa (2018, Pema Tseden)
Circumstantial Pleasures (2020, Lewis Klahr)
In den Gängen / In the Aisles (2018, Thomas Stuber)
Le filmeur (2005, Alain Cavalier)
Yomeddine (2018, A.B. Shawky)
Sink or Swim (1990, Su Friedrich)
Brothers' Nest (2018, Clayton Jacobson)
God's Own Country (2017, Francis Lee)
A Vingança de Uma Mulher / A Woman's Revenge (2012, Rita Azevedo Gomes)
Yara (2018, Abbas Fahdel)
Le meraviglie / The Wonders (2014, Alice Rohrwacher)

Best shorts:

At Land (1944, Maya Deren)
Thèmes et variations (1928, Germaine Dulac)
Tango (1981, Zbigniew Rybczynski)
Disque 957 (1928, Germaine Dulac)

Rewatches:

I Do Not Care If We Go Down in History as Barbarians (Radu Jude) 9 --> 9.5 (Top 100)
Happy as Lazzaro (Alice Rohrwacher) 9 --> 9
The Favourite (Yorgos Lanthimos) 9.5 --> 9
Birds of Passage (Ciro Guerra, Cristina Gallego) 9 --> 9
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