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COUNTING

Poster

Synopsis

In fifteen linked chapters shot in locations ranging from Moscow to New York to Istanbul, Counting merges city symphony, diary film, and personal/political essay to create a vivid portrait of contemporary life. Perhaps the most personal of Cohen's films (Museum Hours, Chain, Instrument, Benjamin Smoke), Counting measures street life, light and time, noting not only surveillance and overdevelopment but resistance and its phantoms as manifested in music, animals and everyday magic


Playdates


July 2015
New York, NY: IFC Center - 7/31

August 2015
Seattle, WA: NW Film Forum - 8/29

September 2015
Akron, OH: Nightligh - 9/6
Hudson, NY: Time & Space - 9/17
Santa Fe, NM: The Screen - 9/18
Dalls, TX: Texas Theatre - 9/26

November 2015
Milwaukee, WI: Union Theatre - 11/18
Austin, TX: Film Society - 11/18
Cleveland, OH: Cinematheque - 11/29



Trailer




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