Showing: Béla Tarr and Ágnes Hranitzky  
The Man from London

Adapted from Belgian mystery master Georges Simenon’s 1934 novel and codirected by Tarr’s wife, Ágnes Hranitzky, The Man from London centers on everyman railway operator Maloin (Miroslav Krobot), whose observation tower affords him a godlike view of the dockside terminus.

Béla Tarr and Ágnes Hranitzky Hungary, 2007
35 mm

Werckmeister Harmonies

One of the major achievements of twenty-first-century cinema thus far, Béla Tarr’s mesmeric parable of societal collapse is an enigma of transcendent visual, philosophical, and mystical resonance.