Clepsydra (1992)

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Clepsydra is an ancient Greek water clock (literally, “to steal water”). This film envisions the strip of celluloid going vertically through a projector as a sprocketed waterfall (random events measured in discreet units of time), through which the silent dreams of a young girl can barely be heard under the din of an irresistible torrent, an irreversible torment.

Director: Philip S. Solomon.

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One Comment

  1. Will Colwell
    April 9, 2021
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    How do you make film look like this? At times, it’s like your looking through water; at other points, it looks like an optical illusion and at different moments like abstract art and then an old faded silent film or even the negatives of an old photo. Always changing….
    THANK YOU FOR UPLOADING!

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