- Part of...Mark Lewis: Howlin' Wolf
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A camera tracks along the top of a stone wall through a quintessentially English rural landscape, dividing the image into three distinct visual planes which appear at different paces across the surface of the image. The effect appears almost artificial, like a theatre set being pulled across a stage in a number of different sections. This is the first UK film Lewis has made outside London, and although consisting of a single uncut shot, it evokes the process of manipulation found in Rear Projection (Molly Parker).
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