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Artist:Michael Nyman
Desc:Deranged minimalist harpsichord jam from Peter Greenaway's A Zed and Two Noughts.
Category:Music Videos, Misc/Unknown
Tags:peter greenaway, michael nyman
Submitted:Merzbau
Date:11/19/15
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Old_Zircon
Best Nyman soundtrack, best Greenaway movie. Watched this so many times in 10th grade.


Actually meeting Peter Greenaway briefly kind of killed the joy for me, though, he seemed like a classic pompous art star and referred to himself in the third person. I'm pretty sure I haven't once watched one of his films since then.
godot
Love his 82-91 period, but from what I've seen of his films, he rapidly started consuming his own tail after Prospero's Books.

I've made myself sit through Baby of Mācon, 8½ Women, some version of Tulse Luper Suitcases, and Nightwatching, and while they're all striking frame by frame, they're all so muddled plotwise it was a chore. After the death of Sacha Vierny (his cinematographer from 85-99), it loses its lovely chiaroscuro lighting and dolly shots, too.

Old_Zircon
I haven't seen anything since The Pillow Book.


Add Drowning By Numbers to my short list, that one's fantastic. I like all of his stuff up through The Cook etc. but Zoo and Drowning By Numbers are easily my favorites.


Have you ever seen the movie The Reflecting Skin? I think you'd really like it. I remember Psychotronic paraphrasing some critic whose name I forget who compared it to "Days Of Heaven directed by David Lynch" and that kind of makes sense but only superficially. Wikipedia calls it a horror movie, which makes no sense at all.

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