Bridges (1996)

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A farewell to the EL train and the industrial monument the railway bridge 'De Hef' where Joris Ivens realized his 'study of mechanical movement' in 1928.

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4 March 2019 | linahduuw33
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| Impressive short
I saw this film on a huge canvas in Locarno on the Piazza Grande. Bridges is a requiem for the old lift bridge in Rotterdam, which Joris Ievens immortalized in De Brug in 1928. Rijneke quotes both that film and Ivens "Rain in a silent image rhapsody: a sober declaration of love and bridge with great cinematography by Rijneke and beautiful music by Zbignieuw Preisner.

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Country of Origin

Netherlands

Filming Locations

Rotterdam, Netherlands

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