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Produced in 1980
Main Language - English
Countries & Regions - British Film
Liz Saville, Louise Temple, Sebastian Saville
Jane Arden and Jack Bond produced three of Britain’s most challenging and provocative films – Separation (Jack Bond, 1967), The Other Side of the Underneath (Jane Arden, 1972) and Anti-Clock (Arden/Bond, 1979) – all of which were lost for decades. Now rediscovered, they reveal themselves to be essential works from the recent history of British cinema.
A complex avant-garde examination of time and personality based on Jane Arden’s extraordinary writings on the limitations of rational thought, Anti-Clock mixes sees Arden and Bond mix cinema and video techniques to create a movie that captures the anxiety and sense of danger that has infiltrated the consciousness of so many people in western society. By doing so they create a densely woven, dreamlike narrative exploring issues of personal identity and social conformity.
Length: 107 mins
Format: DVD Colour
Released: 13th July 2009
Cat No: BFIVD830
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