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King Vidor – Truth And Illusion: An Introduction To Metaphysics (1965)

King Vidor wrote:
“It started when I simply wrote a narration that interested me and challenged myself to fit it to a film, using existing ob­jects in nature, without animation techniques of any kind. I did the photography myself for very little money….It repre­sents an almost abstract attempt to illustrate philosophical thoughts and ideas with strictly photographed—not manufac­tured—images. What, it asks, is truth, and what is illusion? It draws its examples from obvious things like the movies’ il­lusory ‘motion,’ and the way railroad tracks seem to converge to a point on the horizon.”

420MB | 24m 31s | 712×534 | mkv

https://nitro.download/view/C14BC184067F424/Truth_and_Illusion,_An_Introduction_to_Metaphysics_-_King_Vidor_(1964).mkv

Language:English
Subtitles:French

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