by Alain Tanner with Bruno Ganz, Teresa Madruga, Julia Vonderlinn... José Carvhalo Switzerland/Portugal, 1982 Restoration by the Alain Tanner Association and the Cinémathèque Suisse
"At the beginning of the movie, Ganz points out to the waitress that the watch
the bar doesn't tell the right time. She answers: 'The clock is
That's right. It's the world that's wrong. And it's with that feeling
that the world is out of place that the protagonist lives his loneliness
urban, using his camera to record
fragments of reality that he sends his wife, wandering around to
case as if he was expecting to be captured by reality, of
be absorbed in it". (Frédéric Bas) "Blues on the sea and on
Lisbon, a film about time and space (therefore, about cinema)
in daydreaming cadences". (M. Morandini)
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