One film that impressed me with its almost total lack of dialogue (or
just words) is Kaurismaki's "The Match Factory Girl" (that may not be
the exact title but it's close). This is the most extreme case among his
films, but in general he tends to use few words and let the visual carry
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On Sun, 14 Jul 1996, gene o'regon wrote:
> am looking for modern films which rely almost entirely on visual
> images to carry the story. are there any?
> thanks for help
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