Saturday, July 31, 2010

Seraphina's Garden. 1958. Directed by Joseph Cornell.


This film is charming in its simplicity. It's just a study of a garden or yard or vacant lot. It has old-fashioned statues in it--the kind we would associate with Joseph Cornell. It is a lovely, serene place. Well into the film we are shown a sign which reads "Lot for sale."

I forget most of the details, but I did like this simple, unpretentious little film.

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