I stick to slow films that make me sea sick. Vivan las Antipodas was the first film, but obviously not the last one to confuse my perception of where the actual horizon in a cinematic frame is. A central focus point. Just something for the purpose of orientation.
The similarities between Antipodas and Alamar don't stop there. True to the matter, I have pointed out the specific register and become a member of The Arts of (Slow) Cinema to continue reading. Your contribution supports independent film criticism. Thank you!