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Landscape in the Mist (1988)

Greece/France/Italy 126m, Colour
Director: Theo Angelopoulos; Cast: Michalis Zeke, Tania Palaiologou, Stratos Tzortzoglou

landscape-in-the-mistLandscape in the Mist is a slow-moving and depressing drama about a brother and sister who stowaway on board a train in attempt to travel to Germany in search for their father who they have never met. Somewhat expectedly, they suffer a number of distressing experiences which seem to make them even more determined to reach their destination, despite being told that the existence of their father was a story that was fabricated by their mother (Klaus Ming October 2016).

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2 comments on “Landscape in the Mist (1988)

  1. SJHoneywell
    10/06/2016

    It’s pretty, but not much more. And, there are plenty enough movies that are pretty that actually have another reason to watch them.

    • Klaus
      10/07/2016

      This one simply annoyed me. A couple of pretty scenes don’t make up for the four hours I put into watching and re-watching this miserable film.

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