Back and Forth (film)
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|<---> (AKA Back and Forth)|
|Directed by||Michael Snow|
|Editing by||Michael Snow|
|Running time||52 minutes|
<---> (American title Back and Forth) is a 1969 experimental Canadian film directed by Michael Snow. The camera continually moves back and forth, and eventually up and down, at varying speeds. Shots of different lengths are cut together.
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