Very nice pictures and a very haunting score. I do appreciate the complexity of the construction of the film but somehow can't connect to the persons. Some of the dialogues seem very drawn out and longer than necessary. There might have been some subtle changes in the relation of the characters but I couldn't spot them.
This is a very interesting film. I especially loved the camerawork. Although I've only seen it once I could immediately tell that the film was constructed in a very detailed way. A lot of the stuff I couldn't pinpoint to. By chance I came across this very interesting lecture
Many more things were pointed out, and it's a very interesting listen. Definitively I film I should reconsider for my own projects. I didn't like "Letter of an unknown woman" that much, but I'm sure a repeated viewing would get me a lot of interesting insights. Definitively time that I get watch more Ophüls.
I want to restart my blog, so I can track some of my hopefully intense progress in the coming months. I am trying to figure out a way how to stream all this information into one place coming from different sources.
This place will be mostly reporting about work and reading and art, including the relevant links.
I also want to muse about my work practices here and becoming more efficient over time.