The Blood (1972) Jean-Daniel Pollet

The Blood (1972)
aka Le Sang
Genre: Documentary | Experimental
Country: France | Director: Jean-Daniel Pollet
Language: French | Subtitles: English (Optional, embedded in Mkv file)
Aspect ratio: Widescreen 1.66:1 | Length: 80mn
Dvdrip H264 Mkv - 955x576 - 25fps - 1.29gb
An apocalyptic vision of man after a cosmic catastrophe, this film is a terrifying metaphor of a dehumanized future. The Brazilian Cinema Novo, German expressionism of the twenties, and the ideologically motivated ‘cruelty’ of a Buñuel come together in this ferocious work of a French theatre collective – an ambitious, almost completely successful example of visual cinema at its best.
Le Sang re-enacts the utopia of the Living Theater, a theatrical company founded in 1947 and boasting collective creation, the liberation of bodies (the actors played naked) and the counterculture. But happiness is dangerous and the utopia mortal: Leon drowns in the dance, believing to find freedom.
 The Blood (1972)

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