Schwenk: A simulated camera movement, an endless pan in single frames over stems and trunks of leafless bushes and trees. Acceleration, multiple exposure and over-painting cause increasing abstraction of the passing landscape to the graphic moment of vertical lines and grids. (Gerald Weber)
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|Released:||October 26, 1917|
|Actors:||No Famous Actors|
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