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    Alexander Sokurov Cinematic Phantom Sonata for Hitler

    Vitruvius Technologos

    by Vitruvius Technologos

    Sonata for Hitler - experimental piece but Sokurov is very clear about distancing himself from avant-garde filmmakers Set to the music of Bach and Penderecki, Sonata for Hitler weaves together a bank of images from German and Soviet archive footage, drawing out a psychological dimension from the historical landscape at the end of World War II.
    Alexander Sokurovs Sonata for Hitler was banned by the Soviet authorities in his home country of Russia and was not released until a decade after it was completed. View next SOKUROV NOSTALGY HERMITAGE MUSEUM CINEMA SAGA VIEW TECHNOLOGOS FILMS & TARKOVSKY MIRROR ARCHICINEMA lenie riefenstahl TECHNOLOGOS WEB LANGUAGE CONCEPTS creating original video archives on intellectual dissent history and underground culture in USSR