Itinéraire de Jean Bricard Screen 1 article

Itinéraire de Jean Bricard

2008

Itinéraire de Jean Bricard Poster
  • The many facets of Itineraire’s unevenness—the wildly varying length of its takes, the way narration will sync with the image rarely and abruptly, the way environmental noise seems to discourage the viewer from becoming entranced in sequences that are otherwise Slow Cinema to a T—are illustrative of Straub/Huillet’s own striving to do justice to trauma, and perhaps also reflective of William Lubtchansky’s experiences as cinematographer for Claude Lanzmann.