It was new to me that Béla Tarr directed a short film called Journey on the Plain in 1995, a year after the release of his seven-hour epic (and masterpiece) Sátántángo. I was only familiar with the usual canon of his films, and I've never come across this short in any writings I have.
Anyway, Journey - I think the film is for me a pretty good demonstration of how habitual film viewing . . .
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