The Very Eye of Night

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The Very Eye of Night is filmmaker Maya Deren's last completed film. It was made from 1952 to 1955 in collaboration with choreographer Antony Tudor, but it was not released until 1959 when the musical score by Teiji Ito was added. The entire film is projected as photographed in the negative.

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  • Jun 04, 2013
    The poetesses' final dance testament had a son in 1968, only more stylized and subtle. Who am I to judge? Yet, maybe Maya's space vision was not the most proper to represent the art of the body. Just let them dance in nothingness, when nothing is to be perceived but the orchestrated human silhouettes leaving traces of soul behind them. Right, McLaren? 83/100
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