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Films By Bela Tarr

Maloin's story is ours - all of those who doubt or question our humdrum existence. Legendary Hungarian filmmaker Béla Tarr's moody and claustrophobic drama is a homage to film noir based on a Georges Simenon novel. The character of Maloin leads a basic, lonely existence working at a French port on ... Read more
"It's a shame to think of this heroically uncompromising director shutting up shop, but if he does, The Turin Horse is a magnificent farewell." - Screen International ... On 3 January 1889, Friedrich Nietzsche witnessed the whipping of a horse in the Italian city of Turin. Moved to pity, the ... Read more
Six years after the monumental Satantango. Bela Tarr returns with Werckmeister Harmonies, a film bearing the unmistakable trademark of the Hungarian master seen by some as the only true successor to Andrei Tarkovsky. Shot in his signature B&W and set in a small, rural village, Tarr traverses the ... Read more
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