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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).


2 comments on “Landscape in the Mist (1988)

  1. SJHoneywell

    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

      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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