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Quote by Bela Tarr
Tarr's movies have never been what you would call easy watching. His most famous film, the seven-hour long Satantango, portrays the dissolution of a collective farm in Hungary during the fall of Communism. His methods, famously long takes, stark black and white cinematography, the absence of a real shooting script, the use of non-professional actors, all serve to create the blistering realism that Tarr has made his hallmark since he began working in 1977. And while Tarr has never made a Hollywood blockbuster, his work has been elevated by intellectuals and critics like Susan Sontag, who once said she would be happy to see Satantango every year for the rest of her life. LINK Art work by the very talented Lisa Gornick. LINK