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  • liverpool

    liverpool
    tierra del fuego ARGENTINA

    lisandro ALONSO’S liverpool presents one man’s haunting, beautiful journey in argentina. the lead character, a sailor named farrel, takes leave of his ship to visit his family which he left behind decades before. the trip takes him from the port at cape horn to the snowy, remote village of his youth. the film is spare on dialogue and concentrates on watching farrel as he gets dressed, eats, drinks vodka, hitchhikes, and drinks more vodka. the landscapes through which he travels are gorgeously rendered, from the sea to the port and its shipping containers, or to the strange interiors of a cafeteria and an abandoned ferry. the camera lingers on the spaces well after farrel leaves and at times allows him to become a speck within the frame as if he is somehow incidental to the film. simultaneously, his presence sustains the film forward towards its enigmatic ends. [TRAILER]

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