SOLAR SIGHT III
LAWRENCE JORDAN • 15m
In the third SOLAR SIGHT, completing the trilogy, Lawrence Jordan continues the dream-like form of disparate animated scenes, each with its own "romantic-with-an-edge" slightly surreal flavour. Scenes are sometimes run-on, sometimes separated by brief periods of darkness to relax (as in breathing) the viewing eye. There are no fancy super-impositions now nor excessive visual trickery. Only a comparatively straightforward presentation of the improbable images which have formed themselves in the improbable mind of the filmmaker.
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