LAWRENCE JORDAN • 13m
The strangeness of HAMFAT ASAR is laced with carefully molded apocalypses as the filmmaker explores a vision of life beyond death. A moving single picture. Evolving the structure or script for the film involved a process of controlled hallucination, whereby the filmmaker sat quietly without moving, looking at the background until the pieces began to move without his inventing things for them to do. He found that, given the chance, they really did have important business to attend to. His job was to furnish them with the power of motion. He never deviated from this plan.
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