THE BRIDGE

de Charles VIDOR
1929 / 35mm / n&b / sonore / 1E / 10' 05




“Vidor’s The Bridge, an adaptation of Ambrose Bierce’s story “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge,” utilizes flash-forward techniques to visualize a condemned man’s escape fantasy. It effectively creates a mixture of objectivity and inner subjectivity and was released in 1931 to great acclaim under a new title, The Spy.” - Jan-Christopher Horak

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format de distribution Fichier sur serveur (NTSC)
cadre de projection 4/3 (simple écran)
vitesse de projection 29,976 ips
son son
prix de location 37,50 €