23rd Psalm Branch: Part II
Release Date: February 4, 1967
Running time: 31m
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The second part: Brakhage’s layering of images spends less time with images of war, and begins filtering in scenes of Vienna and his home in Colorado. He sets up a comparison between “Kubelka’s Vienna” and his own.
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