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Too Early, Too Late (1982)

France 105m, Colour
Director: Straub-Huillet, Danièle Huillet; Narration: Danièle Huillet, Gérard Samaan, Bahgat Elnadi

Too Early Too LateTrop tôt/Trop tard is a cinematic expression of Marxist writings about the worker’s relationship to the land in both France and Egypt. Consisting of slowly panning shots of urban and rural landscapes, with corresponding ambient sounds, the proletariat is treated to texts of Friedrich Engels and Mahmoud Hussein. Neither interesting or particularly useful toward any political discourse, Too Early, Too Late is reminiscent of a holiday film which no one but the filmmaker might be interested in ever seeing again. If it were not for the incessant bird noises, even our labour-friendly cat, who accompanied me on this cinematic journey, would have been utterly bored (Klaus Ming February 2016).

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2 comments on “Too Early, Too Late (1982)

  1. SJHoneywell
    02/21/2016

    Yep. This one is the pits.

    • Klaus
      02/21/2016

      Indeed! I would have put Killer Klowns from Outer Space on the 1001 list before this one.

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