Hungary | 2011 | Béla Tarr, Ágnes Hranitzky
Béla Tarr’s latest (and he says last) film is an apocalyptic allegory set on a remote, windswept plain where an aging farmer, his grown daughter, and a precious work horse cling to longstanding daily routines despite growing evidence that the end of their world is near. The Turin Horse is as austere, taciturn, and bleakly beautiful as Tarr’s previous miserablist masterpieces Sátántangó, Werckmeister Harmonies, and Damnation.
Subtitles. 35mm. 146 min.
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