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Editor's NoteAfter a global holocaust in LA JETEE, humanity's hopes for survival hinge on time-travel experiments conducted upon a man whose dreams reveal a clarion recall of a defining moment in his childhood, when he witnessed a murder. The narrative is revealed through a montage of stills and inspired the American film 12 MONKEYS.SANS SOLEIL contemplates the meaning of film, the role of memory, and the rich diversity of human societies through a roving cinematographer's letters, read and pondered aloud by an unseen female narrator.
La Jetée and Sans Soleil - The Criterion Collection - Blu-Ray DVD Review
By: Dusty Somers Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 2/6/2012 5:22 PM
|Both of Chris Marker’s films included in the new Criterion Blu-ray upgrade of La Jetée and Sans Soleil are the kind you want to return to again and again, albeit for different reasons. 1963’s La Jetée is an invigorating, irresistible science fiction masterpiece. Composed entirely of still photographs — save for one sublime moving image — and running only 27 minutes, the film is a master class in visual and storytelling economy. After World War III has decimated the world, rendering it uninhabitable, a sinister group of underground survivors sends a man backward and forward through time to find a viable means of survival. Obsessed with an image of a woman from his childhood, the man eventually meets her and falls in love....read the full review|
Cast & Crew
|Chris Marker - Director|