A review of work by Danièle Huillet and Jean-Marie Straub—Chronicle of Anna Magdalena Bach (1967), Class Relations (1984), Sicily! (1998), and A Visit to the Louvre (2004)—which discusses the “Straubian shot,” use of sound and music, and the films' demand for a fully attentive and “fraternal” form of spectatorship.

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