Emak-Bakia (1926) - Rotten Tomatoes

Emak-Bakia (1926)

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A long series of unrelated images, revolving, often distorted: lights, flowers, nails. A lightboard appears from time to time carrying the news of the day. Then, an eye. A woman in a car drives along country roads. Farm animals. She descends from the car, again and again. Images: dancing legs, seashore, swimming fish, geometric shapes, cut glass. A man removes his starched collar. It rotates. A girl has garishly painted eyes. No, she's only fooling. Those were her eyelids.

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The eye, the eye... it seems it was betrayed by the shapes! No! To me, all those images weren't unrelated. The world is all shape and movement. The flowers are the door. We see flowers, than nails, some flowing shapes... then we see flowers again before the woman with the automobil shows up somewhere at the seaside. Whitout being obvious, the images are related... the girl's eyes are painted, she can't see... hands of shadow fondle the world.

Alice Smith
Alice Smith

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