Stunningly inventive visual artist using a movie camera beautifully to make a sociologically interesting portrait of a few 1929 Soviet cities.
You sure can do some neat stuff with a movie camera, some elbow grease and a can-do attitude, they must have thought back in ‘29. And they weren’t wrong.
Pretty much every shot in this is iconic. I don’t mean that in the Andrei Rublev sense. Except maybe I do? If industrial society is the god/religion.
It’s wild to…