An essay on and interview with Roy Andersson about A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence in which the writer-director discusses the final installment of his Living Trilogy in terms of his use of artifice, of non-professional actors, of merciless lighting, cinema’s relation to other art forms, realism versus abstraction, Swedish and global history, and anachronism.

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