(1968, p&w, 71')
A film by Serge Bard.
Bonus: "Vite" (1969, 34'), by Daniel Pommereulle; "Zanzibar" (2005, 29'), by Jackie Raynal
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In that year of 1968, Serge Bard made three films in a row. They were Detruisez-vous (Destroy yourself), Fun and games for everyone and finally, Ici et maintenant (Here and now).
"Here and now consists of the dreams of the solitary rambler, post-revolution... The moralist has given up on chaos; he takes his own pulse; he listens to the world, perhaps vibrating with it; he is in sympathetic ecstasy. The filmmaker holds his position, stiff as the statue of the commander, on alert for the phenomena which approach him; he resembles the lighthouse whose rectitude Bard captures magnificently, on an ink-dark night, with its hallucinatory lamp set against a background of winds and tides." (Patrick Deval)
Besides Serge Bard's feature film, this DVD edition includes:
* a 27-page-bilingual booklet (French/English) with texts by Patrick Deval and Henri Alekan;
* Bonus: "Vite" (1969, 34'), by Daniel Pommereulle; "Zanzibar" (2005, 29'), by Jackie Raynal
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