Counting – Jem Cohen (Trailer)

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areas ranging from Moscow to New York to Istanbul, Counting merges city symphony, journal movie, and individual/ political essay to produce a vibrant picture of contemporary life. Possibly the most individual of Cohen’s movies, Counting actions street life, light as well as time, noting not only monitoring and over-development yet resistance as well as its phantoms as shown up in music, pets as well as daily magic.

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