Aleksandr Sokurov – Kamen aka Stone (1992)

Quote:
“If ever a film replicated the state of dreaming, Stone does. Which is not to say it is, in the classical sense, surreal; but it has the flow and fugitive feeling of a half-remembered reverie, full of mysteries, portents, inexplicable happenings, and chimerical objects. Set in (and filmed in the actual) Chekhov museum, Stone centers on the relationship between a young museum guard and an older visitor who seems at different times to be a lover, a doctor, or a surrogate father. Shot in evanescent black and white with a sound track of silences, breathing, natural sounds, and fragments of classical music, Stone is haunting and enigmatic” (James Quandt)




1.30GB | 1 h 18 min | 716×537 | mkv

https://nitroflare.com/view/1E41A4E16A2BA17/Kamen.mkv
https://nitroflare.com/view/C4EAD6477B96A77/Stone.rar

Language(s):Russian, English commentary, English BBC audio program (30 minutes)
Subtitles:English sub/idx

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