Those who have been with me over the years know how much I admire the work of Béla Tarr. It is not only the films that have impressed me, one after the other, allowing me to learn more and more about Slow Cinema, cinematic time and, also, myself. Tarr's films have always touched me in a particular way, indescribable, even today, more than ten years after the first Tarr film on my radar (The Man from London). It is telling that Tarr remains, to me, the most striking, the most thought-provoking filmmaker I have . . .