About Endlessness (Om det Oändliga)2020
About Endlessness (Om det Oändliga) (2020)
Critic Consensus: About Endlessness sees writer-director Roy Andersson surveying the human condition with equal parts striking clarity, tenderness, and deadpan existential wit.
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For those familiar with what came before it, About Endlessness is a return to familiar ground - although its sketches are briefer, its jokes a little harder to pin down, its juxtapositions more elusive.
Roy Andersson's latest has a more maudlin air to it than A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence and 2007's You, the Living - which, if you've experienced their bleak absurdity, you'll know is saying something.
[S]till, it's unlike anything you will see elsewhere in cinema today. And, despite the title, it's not endless at all, and clocks off just after an hour and a quarter.
Striking images and poses happen under the camera's nose, but the audience's eye is led, as if on a rail track, out into the distance, to eerily mesmeric background scenes...
If elsewhere film-makers still learn the Tinseltown way that films should be about the momentous, the world-saving and life-changing, to Andersson that is palpably ridiculous.
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