Displaced Person

Displaced Person

丹尼爾.愛森柏格Daniel EISENBERG
1981
  • United States
11min
B&W
  • 16mm

Displaced Person

Synopsis

Displaced Person explores the larger question within the historical field. Stately and sinuous passages from a Beethoven string quartet create a complex argumentation around images and text. This music, both sympathetic and distancing, establishes rhythm and breadth in relation to a radio interview with Claude Levi-Strauss and archival footage obtained from rephotographing Marcel Ophul's The Sorrow and the Pity. These elements wheel through many revolutions of repetitions and combinations, forming multiple perspectives.

Director's Profile
Daniel EISENBERG