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nosympathyforhomecinemablues:

Le Quattro Volte (2010) A beguiling, enigmatic & magical film starring a goatherd, a baby lamb, a tree, and a huge smouldering pile of wood! Refreshingly free of any dialogue or music, Michelangelo Frammartino’s camera magically weaves an original and profound contrast to the thematically similar The Tree of Life. I cannot say which of the two is the better film if such a distinction is either necessary or appropriate. I will simply highly recommend both of them!
Trailer - Which helpfully contextualises the film’s Quasi-Pythagorean Theme

nosympathyforhomecinemablues:

Le Quattro Volte (2010) A beguiling, enigmatic & magical film starring a goatherd, a baby lamb, a tree, and a huge smouldering pile of wood! Refreshingly free of any dialogue or music, Michelangelo Frammartino’s camera magically weaves an original and profound contrast to the thematically similar The Tree of Life. I cannot say which of the two is the better film if such a distinction is either necessary or appropriate. I will simply highly recommend both of them!

Trailer - Which helpfully contextualises the film’s Quasi-Pythagorean Theme