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The Turin Horse: Director: Bela Tarr

Friday, April 6, 2012
79 p.m.


California Museum of Photography
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Famously, on January 3rd 1889, Friedrich Nietzsche witnessed a cab driver viciously whip his horse. Nietzsche threw his arms around the horse's neck and put an end to the beating. Upon arriving home, Nietzsche laid down on his divan and proceeded to lay silent and motionless for two days, eventually slipping into a madness and silence that consumed his final ten years of life. The Turin Horse recounts the events immediately following the whipping of the cab driver's horse, and follows, with meticulous detail, the life of the driver.

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