While adding a few paragraphs to my chapter on Lav Diaz's Death in the Land of Encantos (2007), it occurred to me that for some slow films the characteristic of "little dialogue and predominant silence" is not exactly applicable. Lav's films are all in the Slow Cinema canon, but Encantos does not exactly fit to the category of little dialogue. I noticed that while thinking about the films of Béla Tarr.

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