Product DetailsAfter cutting his teeth on 14 years' worth of short subjects, director Peter Greenaway made his feature-film debut with the pseudo-documentary The Falls. The added length does nothing to dilute Greenaway's singular sense of the absurd. The story, if one can truly call it that, deals with a phenomenon involving birds and anacronymically known as V.U.E. The letters stand for Violent Unknown Event, and in the course of the film's hallucinatory 190 minutes we are introduced to 92 of the syndrome's victims whose names all begin with the letters "F-A-L-L." This film is pure avant-garde and obviously not for all tastes.
Store CommentsSpecial Features * New transfers of The Falls and Vertical Features Remake * Video pieces on both films created by Greenaway especially for the DVD release * Extensive collection of Greenaway's paintings from 1975-1990 and archival materials on The Falls * Original BFI production catalogue essay and the original press book for all of the early Greenaway films * Liner notes by Peter Greenaway
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