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And it's one of the most intense, compacted moments of joy in the cinema. I gotta have watched this minimalist melody video-- Teddy Wilson's orchestra with the young Ella Fitzgerald delivering a ballroom swing number of the late 1930s, scratchily recorded-- fifty times... and never failed to be uplifted, and never known quite why.It's a continuous take, panning west, of a broken-down old clifftop fence-cum-hedge, sometimes floral, sometimes bare. At the end (as the vocal refrain ends and the orchestra slides into the final recapitulatory chorus) the camera eye soars calmly up into the wide blue yonder, crossing a telephone wire, and fades. And that's it.Sheer magic, a visual haiku. One hates to be at a loss for critical words, but 'All My Life' defies them. Just see it.
After accidently stumbling across the entry for Bruce Baillie's marvellous ALL MY LIFE, I was amazed to see that it had yet to obtain even five votes. Well, not amazed exactly -- it is after all a three minute long avant-garde film set to the Ella Fitzgerald song ALL MY LIFE -- but a tiny disappointed nonetheless. For those of you who haven't read the plot summary (so to speak), ALL MY LIFE is a film about a fence. A three minute pan left of a fence. To spice things up, there are even a several rose bushes and a final tilt up to the sky as the song comes to an end.But why is this film so good? I think one reason is perhaps the calmness that comes from its minimalism. It was made in the mid-sixties at a time when the American avant-garde movement was really booming: Andy Warhol, Stan Brakhage, et al. That was also a boom period for the drug stage (just listen to The Beatles!), and you can see a definite shift toward psychedelia and sensory overload. Even Warhol, for all his banality, was still in yer face. ALL MY LIFE, with its pared down mise-en-scene and melody track that recalls an earlier era, seems to enjoy in the another direction. An analogy might be the Talking Heads film STOP MAKING SENSE, which adopted a very classical style in favour of the rock razzledazzle and MTV aesthetic that one associates with the mid-1980s.But ALL MY LIFE is deceptively easy and unassuming. There isn't room to do it justice here, but the implications of the pan left or the tilt to the sky seem quite profound -- even transcendental, as we observe the seemly banal and look up towards the heavens. It also quite simply reminds you that there's more to cinema than hyperfast cutting (stand up Mr Michael Bay) or supposedly breathtaking unique results (Mr Lucas). And, hey, if Bruce Baillie can do it with a fence, why can't you?!
I can't tell that the prospect of a 3-minute leftwards pan was appealing to me, but I now found 'All My Life (1966)' quite relaxing. A filmmaker could never underestimate the power of a well-chosen soundtrack, and Ella Fitzgerald's "All My Life" works perfectly, evoking a simpler time and place. I don't see any reason why a backyard fence, examined from right-to-left, could be nostalgic in any way, but it is. The camera follows along the length of the fence, sometimes tilting upwards to take into acc the bushes, and ends the movie by rising up into the sky, passing a telephone wire and losing itself in the emptiness of the blue overhead. Aside from the camera movements, there's no action and no story. Just a fence, that music, and the memory of a childhood you'd forgotten.Many of the avant-garde movies of the 1960s have a tendency to be unintelligible, and often very grating. 'All My Life' doesn't really have an obvious mission to it, but, whatever it's doing, it seems to create a lot of sense. Maybe the length of fence represents a man's life (the film's game seems to help this idea). The missing pickets represent our mistakes in life. The continual leftwards-panning of the camera is inspired by the concept that, though we transport leisurely through our lifetimes, we are nonetheless constantly moving forward, never able to turn around and correct the mistakes of our past, having everytime to suffer the consequences of our errors. At the end of our fences, of course, we go to Heaven, fully removed from the life we'd lived before. It's a novel interpretation, perhaps, but I like it.
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