Now, At Last!
Ben Rivers’ Now, At Last! extracts the essence of cinema from an animal’s movement. To show the endless postponement of time, Ben Rivers takes a close look at a sloth climbing a tree. The running has been extended to 40 minutes because it deals with duration in accordance with film-movements. As the sloth moves slowly from the bottom up to the middle of a tree, it faces two changing points. At two points during the film ─ once when the sloth reaches the middle of the branch and the film reaches 25 minutes ─ the image changes to the full color vision. Expanded Plus presents a five-minute long edition titled You Can’t Imagine Nothing. [JANG Byungwon]
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