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88 minutes · 2012

Avant-Garde, Experimental, Program
A trio of experimental shorts with their roots in poetry: James Broughton's Four in the Afternoon (1951), adapted from the filmmaker's own poetry collection; Larry Jordan's The Rime of the Ancient Mariner (1977), from Coleridge; and Stan Brakhage's Deus Ex (1971), inspired by a Charles Olson poem.

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