Philosophical Mysteries in Robert Bresson’s Films

How Doors Open onto Philosophical Mysteries in Robert Bresson’s Films: A Short Video Essay by Kogonada

22 de agosto, 2017 0 Por Artes & contextos
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FYI: Last Friday, Colin Marshall highlighted for you the new feature film by kogonada, whose many video essays–on Ozu, Linklater, Malick, Anderson, etc.–we’ve shown you here before. Rather by coincidence, The Criterion Collection just posted kogonada’s latest video essay, this one examining how “doors open onto philosophical mysteries in the films of French master Robert Bresson.” Watch “Once There Was Everything” above, and pair it with his other Bresson essay (“Hands of Bresson”) from three years ago. It appears right below.

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