Ken Jacobs – Tom, Tom, the Piper’s Son (1969)

From Amos Vogel’s Film as a Subversive Art:
This structuralist dissection, enumeration, decomposition and reconstruction of a 1905 Biograph film of the same title provides a painstaking metaphysical exploration of the nature of cinema. Practically every shot and scene of the original 10-minute film is ominously “analyzed” and re-interpreted into a feature-length work by manipulation of image, introduction of slow motion, repetition, freeze-frames, abstracting, and other “subversions” of the original. Shades of Vertov!

2.43GB | 1h 55m | 768×576 | mkv’s_Son_(1969)_Ken_Jacobs_576p.mkv


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