The Arrival Trailer

The Arrival Trailer (1998)

17 March 1998 3 mins

The first of Peter Tscherkassky's Cinemascope trilogy of short films is a fragmented glimpse of images pulsating with chaotic rhythm as they fight white margins for room in his palette. Mirrored frames being split by white margin and trying to reassemble again like the poles of a magnet, a train approaching station and colliding with itself in white-hot blistering chaos.

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International Releases Dates

France 17 March 1998

Sweden 20 October 1999

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