Wind ★★★★

A new apprentice of the sweeping, single-shot, swaying poetry of Miklós Jancsó surprises the 1996 Cannes Film Festival with a breathtaking Hungarian landscape hiding a gnarly secret while three women contemplate an act of hate and self-destruction. The film is an exercise of story creation based on communicated emotions: watch these three women and create a story that tells us what they are watching. The answer, indeed, lies in the wind...


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