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  • It didn't tell me anything about my own life, even if I could admit it's interesting in an artistic perspective to use images in a clear symbolical fashion, instead of the character-driven way more common in the conventional cinema

    • by limonar
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      Hiroshi Teshigahara’s probably most famous work is a very, very odd sort of symbolic journey through a desolated landscape with lonely people. A man and his wife live in a small house in the desert.

      They are both troubles


      by the presence of something in the dunes.

      Actually, the sand, or dunes, have some symbolical meaning in here that each viewer have to interpret for themselves.

      To be honest wasn’t really touched by the content here.

      It ...


      • didn’t tell me anything about my own life, even if I could admit it’s interesting in an artistic perspective to use images in a clear symbolical fashion, instead of the character-driven way more common in the conventional cinema.

        The

        images are just stunning in their beauty.

        Teshigahara has captured all the moods and feelings within the lives of these characters in a brilliant way.

        Despite that, I don’t feel this film changed my life or way of thinking.




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