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Revisiting Miklós Jancsó's Cinemascope war ballads
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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.

FOUR BY HUNGARIAN MASTER MIKLÓS JANCSÓ
Dec. 5–18, $5.50–$9.50
Pacific Film Archive
2757 Bancroft, Berk.
(510) 642-5249
www.bampfa.berkeley.edu

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