- Original title
Oldás és kötés
- Running time
- 94 min.
Budapest Filmstúdió / Mafilm
- Synopsis / Plot
- In this work, influenced by Michelangelo Antonioni, Jancsó created the unique visual style by which he became known - the mesmerizing, sweeping, ballet-like camera movement, which emphasize the relation between the characters and the landscape, the vast Hungarian plain, around them. In considering the latter aspect, Jancsó's cinematic world has connections with the traditional western, although not on the ideological level. Movement is for Jancsó both a guiding philosophical and aesthetical principle - "Is seems to me that life is a continual movement," he once summarized. "It's physical and it's also philosophical: the contradiction is founded on movement, the movement of ideas, the movement of masses."
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