• 电影名称 Sans soleil

  • 中文名称 日月无光
  •  类型  纪录片
  •  国家  法国
  •  语言  法语 / 日语 / 英语
  •  时长  1 hr 40 min (100 min) (USA)
  • 上映时间 2 March 1983 (France)
'Sans Soleil' opens with a ferry trip to Japan, with the camera peering atsleeping passengers. This is a perfect encapsulation of the film as awhole, a beautiful mixture of journey and dream. The film is ostensibly adocumentary, that holier-than-thou genre convinced of its own superiortruthfulness...
I've only seen this film twice, both on the same day, nearly fifteen yearsago; and yet its poetic-philosophical themes, its melancholy, its imagesstill remain with me. Viewing it was an intensely personal experience; Ifind myself a little startled to find that other people have seen it. Ifind myse...
To call this film a documentary is to cheapen it. It's life on screen, nota mere document. It's poetry... and I'm not sure that word is adequate. How about your view of how you live and the world around you? Have you everseen a film that gave you the questions to ask yourself? This film isstartl...
A poetic and rambling essay film, in the form of a letter from a lostand lonely traveller. Chris Marker lets his mind and camera roamthrough the landscape of early eighties Japan, and his imaginationdrift across the world. Memory history and emotion blend into a lovingstudy of human existence. The f...
A response to the reviewer who called the film pretentious claptrap:This movie is not for everyone and I can easily understand thesentiments of one who finds it pretentious. But when one says"Assumptions include that the east is superior to the west, televisionis bad, capitalism evil,etc." you are s...
When is a documentary not a documentary? SANS SOLEIL is a film comprising'real' images, narrated with 'real' observations. The subject-matter isJapan, post-modernism, the erasion of memory, the flattening-out of history,decentring, surface, pastiche. It records life-styles, trends, habits,rites, ...
With "Sans Soleil," Chris Marker skillfully blends image, sound,and voice in a powerful way that I've never experienced beforeor since. No mere description can begin to convey this film'sstunning effect on my intellect and my senses. Not quite adocumentary, not quite fiction, Marker's film emerges...
Visionary filmmaker Chris Marker creates a portrait of ever encroachingglobalization in this 100 minute odyssey between the 'two poles ofsurvival'.Probably one of the greatest 'avant-garde' films of all time, don't letits classification dissuade you. This is a very simple film with a verysimple mess...
I had to struggle over whether or not I could do this movie justice bywriting a review of it after only seeing it once; it's definitely oneof those films that, though you can understand it as it goes along, andit is not in any way what one would call difficult, is one that has somany different detai...
a memory in pictures.everyone in the world should make such a visual personalstatement/essay.there is no better way in communication....and all this films should be released on DVD.let's start with Chris.Marker's "Sans Soleil".[who ever got the rights on this one, start digitizing and polishing soun...
This is one of these self-indulgent movies where the main objective is forthe artist to draw the audience into his world under the assumption thatthere's a mutual agreement that what we observe may appear too distant andunreachable to us. It's kind of like if your mother-in-law came back fromvisitin...
I must be brief. This documentary, which splices in cuts from Vertigo andfrom some guerrilla films, is definitely worth seeing. Though a student ofFrench literature, and therefore habitually and terminally bored bypretentious studies of memory, this movie is remarkable in the way it makesconnectio...
Some interesting shots strung together with a pretentious, artsy narrationthat mimics profundity in a familiar jejeune style. Assumptions include thatthe east is superior to the west, television is bad, capitalism evil, etc.Sample insight: "Pac-man puts into true perspective the balance of powerbetw...
I'm surprised to see that so many other reviewers tolerated and evenloved SANS SOLEIL. In my opinion, SANS SOLEIL is an inferior version ofKAYAANISQATSI (which was released the same year): while KAYAANISQATSIlets its images of different societies, machines, and crowds speak forthemselves, Chris Mark...
If you look through the reviews here on IMDb for this film, you'll findquite a few that praise it and you'll find a bunch that thoroughlyhated it. You can place me in the latter group. This same thing couldbe said about the director's short film "Le Jetee"- -folks think it'sbrilliant and artsy or fo...
Upon a rewatch, it's still difficult as ever for me to write somethingabout this film. All that can be said seems to be incorporated in thetext itself, perhaps because it's futile, incommunicable to consciouslyattempt a description of consciousness.Two facets of consciousness at play here, both the ...
A woman narrates the thoughts of a world traveler, meditations on timeand memory expressed in words and images from places as far-flung asJapan.What to make of this? While longer and with more action than "Jetee",this is Chris Marker again showing us strange images with some sciencefiction music ove...
Sans Soleil is an incredibly unique veritie documentary film, whichfollows the voice of the cameraman and filmmaker through the fictionalvoice-over of a woman reading out the author's letters. It's afilm-essay, aware of the image and aware of the edits. The film ishyper- observational, sometimes qui...
Every once in a while I watch a film that leaves me agape in thecreativity of the director. I certainly feel this way about Sanssoleil. It's as bizarre a movie as one could ever hope to find but itdoes work as a documentary. The film is in no way concerned withentertaining the audience. It is a phil...
At the core of "Sans Soleil," it seems, is the way society chooses toremember things -- and what happens when assumptions are replaced bynew facts and a new reality. If this sounds (to use a 1960s expression)"far out," that's because "Sans Soleil" does what few other nonfictionfilms have done before...
This film keeps coming back to me. It utterly confused me at first butsomething about it made me go back and watch again. It is a film thatcan fit into many definitions, none of them however, definitively.The problem of capturing reality is a problem central to film theory,most do it by creating the...
Featuring in the book 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die was thisfilm, I did not understand what the title meant, alternatively calledSunless, and I certainly did not know anything about prior to readingthe book, but that's what made it more worth trying. Basically this isan experimental docume...
One of the most worthless things I've ever seen put on celluloid. I hadpreviously tried to get through it twice and failed - finding itmiserably tedious. The images were barely more than home movie quality,every sentiment was abysmally banal, and there was something me thanfaintly self-congratulator...
This film is the illustration of the letters of some traveler whotravels a lot in Japan, some in Australia and from time to time inAfrica, Guinea Bissau precisely. It is a film on rites and ritualshaving to do with life and death, trying to accommodate death so thatwe can survive a little bit more t...
Directed by French film-maker, Chris Marker, Sans Soleil (meaningSunless) was a bore.It was without dialogue (only narration) and had a gruelling runningtime of 100 minutes.Shot in colour, this film's imagery was live-action, showing endlesslyrepetitive activity in urban Japan.It's too bad that ther...
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