Eaux d'Artifice (1953)
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Kenneth Anger's short blue tinted film showing a French Aristocrat type wandering around a Garden of Fountains with lots of flowing and bubbling water...the images are quite hypnotic. It is an interesting experimental film with a lot of beautiful images in it's short running time.
A Marie Antoinette-type character walks around an incredible outdoor array of fountains located in Tivoli, Italy. The film image: tinted blue. The soundtrack: Vivaldi. Spurting water everywhere, and lots of grimacing gargoyles. At a mere 12 minutes, the film doesn't wear out its welcome. Lovely.
Absolutely beautiful and hypnotic. More blue as in Rabbit's Moon, but this time applied to shit-tons of water. It's strange how quickly Anger can make twelve minutes go by.
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