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For one whole winter, South Korean film critic Jung Sung-il followed his hero, Chinese documentary maker Wang Bing. Bing is known for his long films, which last between nine and fifteen hours. Bing explains why in Night and Fog in Zona, a portrait that unerringly imitates Bing's style - including the length!
Film essayist Andersen rescues the Afro-American actor, director and scriptwriter Spencer Williams from obscurity with a striking, plotless montage film.
Attractive collage combining the soundtrack of a 1975 Bruce Lee vehicle with French fashion photography and amateur films from the American middle classes.