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Last Chants for a Slow Dance

My own favorite among Jon Jost's experimental narratives, this chilling portrait of an embittered, misogynistic lumpen proletarian (Tom Blair) driving through western Montana consists mainly of a series of virtuoso long takes. Jost's highly original technique and Blair's searing performance combine to create one of the most powerful and provocative psychological profiles of a motiveless killer to be found on film (1977).

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