ABSTRACT A review of Philip Gröning's documentary about the Grande Chartreuse monastery in France. Particular attention is paid to the film's use of available light and speech (and other sounds) in its successful attempt, in a manner that arguably evokes Bresson and Dreyer, to depict the day-to-day experience of Carthusian monks.

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