Toshio Matsumoto – Ishi no uta AKA The Song of Stone (1963)

While extracting and polishing their blocks of stone, stonecutters used to say the stone is coming to life. This paradox provided Matsumoto with the best metaphor for what making a film is all about. In his opinion, filmmakers work images in the same way that stonecutters work stones.

637MB | 24m 29s | 768×576 | mkv

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Language(s):Japanese
Subtitles:English (Muxed)

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