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  1. LeDobermann's rating of the film Psychohydrography

    To be enjoyed when you are already lying in bed, fast asleep (don't forget to set the timer on).

  2. Juan Carlos's rating of the film Psychohydrography

    un poco demasiado larga, pensé que no iba a acabar, era agobiante

  3. Juan Jose's rating of the film Psychohydrography

    A sensorial journey through the life cycle of water, from mountain to sea through nature and cities. A meditative and trance-like experience, though the final section in the sea (very likely inspired by Snow's Wavelength) felt underwhelming compared to what came before.

  4. Gallus's rating of the film Psychohydrography

    1.5 - Is to understandable that this film tries to give water itself some sort of conscience, some sort of animated familiarity, empathizing with its journey to our homes and from the sea, or wherever it touches. However the question is who is this film aimed for? There is no more substance than that. Even if the last ten minutes are beautifully shot, it’s still the same shot of sea. Water is a boring main character

  5. Nour's rating of the film Psychohydrography

    An absolutely lovely meditation on water, movement, flow, the natural versus the urban, the still versus the excited. Moments of silence are followed by intense moments of vigor and harshness. This experimental kept my eyes glued to the screen.

  6. dionysus67's rating of the film Psychohydrography

    Ambient photoplay on natural and urban landscapes, which adheres to the logic of flow, both in terms of the emphasis on spaces devoid of human action and the prevalence of the aquatic element. This continuum of places (admittedly beautifully shot) resembles Reggio's documentaries but, here, the ecological agonies are divested of iconic power, while the film's ultimate resonance is sadly closer to New Age vagueness.

  7. kojizzang's rating of the film Psychohydrography

    This movie good for the meditation of Yoga with Eyes open.

  8. julien.hanin1999's rating of the film Psychohydrography

    I love this kind of experiences but I ought to say that I was sometimes bothered by the too long black screens bringing a too abrupt cut between landscapes and blacks. Also I couldn't really dive deep into it as I was lacking of time to fully emerge myself in the experience, but I was rather impressed by the effect it is causing on someone. Oh and the sound mixing is just genius!

  9. Ivica Đorđević's rating of the film Psychohydrography

    Nice images nothing more. Not really a film, more like experimental landscape video.

  10. coffeeandfilm's rating of the film Psychohydrography

    Mesmerizing at best. Some scenes felt like I am watching a painting coming into life.

  11. John Grech's rating of the film Psychohydrography

    Films like this are like filmic poetry, or a form of cinematic meditation. They offer space in a world increasingly crowded out by a profusion of images that sometimes appear to seek nothing more than to steal away the ability to focus and concentration. Like others in this genre, this demands attention, focus, patience. It may not be the most riveting, but it rewards the viewer who pays the price this film demands.

  12. ezekielbarco0828's rating of the film Psychohydrography

  13. MisterColo93's rating of the film Psychohydrography

  14. peste's rating of the film Psychohydrography

  15. quel.gandra's rating of the film Psychohydrography

    The idea is interesting but it exhausts itself after a while. Even as an observation experience, it lacks something... I think the last scene is the best one.

  16. Missphit's rating of the film Psychohydrography

    Love the sound. As film loved the quality of the images. It´s too long, should be a short-movie.

  17. Noli Manaig's rating of the film Psychohydrography

    I have the intervalometer in hand & ready to snap away in earnest. Scratch that, let's make it automatic. Let the camera do its thing, with parameters of choice, shutter, aperture, etc. What's sure is to train it at flows of water, aqueducts, stagnancies & suchlike, & see how we can stitch this together in lightroom or some other application. Finally, let's slap on it something highfalutin. I have a novel to finish.

  18. Il secondo maestro del revolver's rating of the film Psychohydrography

  19. PetehDCan's rating of the film Psychohydrography

    Wonderful cinematography and skillful editing, but that was all I got. I know a grander narrative was being told through the animation, a story of how water flows from mountains to aqueducts to cities and finally to the sea. This film does not do for water supply what Koyaanisqatsi did for humanity's relationship with nature and technology. Or perhaps it does, but the former just isn't as compelling a narrative.

  20. Cosma's rating of the film Psychohydrography

    Finally one truly un-human, post-human, speculative film. Even though the choice to accelerate the images, that mainly creates this pseudo-objective look, is itself human. But no worries, that's a nihilist dilemma... and I am a nihilist and I love dilemmas.

  21. lucio carbonelli's rating of the film Psychohydrography

    i must admit i watched it skipping some scenes, but nonetheless the method is quite remarkable and interesting.

  22. Quattro's rating of the film Psychohydrography

    Many times I was almost overwhelmed by the sheer beauty of the images – I loved the natural landscapes, and the abstract ones. And don't understimate the work behind the motion, the editing and above all, the sound design: it has a musicality of its own, capturing the spirit of the landscapes way deeper than photography alone ever could. Maybe I'd have cut off something – but still, it's so close to perfection.

  23. josh scam's rating of the film Psychohydrography

    deep nature, deep cinephelia

  24. Kristof's rating of the film Psychohydrography

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