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  • By Santos
    June 17, 2014
    06:06 PM

    What's the piano piece?
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  • By soundhood
    June 17, 2014
    06:58 PM

    Schubert: Piano sonata No.20 In a Major D959
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  • By futurestar
    June 17, 2014
    08:13 PM

    all 4 all great films, add in L'Argent, The Devil Probably, and The Trial of Joan of Arc as quality editions released in Region 1 and you have most of his best when combined with title releases via Criterion Collection. ONCE you plug into his meter and measure you are upon extraordinary films like a genre unto himself.
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  • By futurestar
    June 17, 2014
    08:16 PM

    I meant 5 releases via Criterion not 4 but you all knew that.
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  • By ebdukes
    June 20, 2014
    07:44 PM

    Thank you ...a lovely compilation
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  • By Tim Cawkwell
    August 01, 2014
    12:14 PM

    lovely sequence. Hands in Bresson expressed free will, so that they could be the vehicle of benediction or compassion, and more often symbols for the corrupting choices humans make. There is a paradox here because judging by his obsession with them he also considered them the most 'gracious' of human limbs, the vessels through which divine grace operates. Often of course they handle money, the most corrupt medium in the Bressonian universe. All explored in my book 'The New Filmgoer's Guide to God'.
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