They were expendable - Page 2

Revisiting Miklós Jancsó's Cinemascope war ballads
The Red and the White

Serge Bozon's 2007 film La France broached a similarly musical vision of armed struggle, but Jancsó's swirling analysis of fate, theatre, ritual, song, idealism, God, grain, and horror is something uniquely sublime.

Dec. 5–18, $5.50–$9.50
Pacific Film Archive
2757 Bancroft, Berk.
(510) 642-5249

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