Lost, Lost, Lost
Dir. Jonas Mekas. 1976, 180 mins. 16mm. Filmmaker, poet, critic, exhibitor, distributor, and champion of avant-garde filmmaking, Jonas Mekas is also the creator of beautiful diary films marked by a fleeting, impressionistic style suffused at once with nostalgia and in-the-moment presence. This epic diary chronicles his arrival in New York City and his early years with the underground scene, capturing the bohemian enclaves in Brooklyn and Manhattan in the 1950s and 1960s.
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