In Robert Bresson's Au hasard Balthazar, through the filmic congruence of animal and human bodies that are brought into relation rhythmically rather than narratively, we are made to rethink the meaningfulness of distinctions that separate animal and human forms of embodiment—specifically, we are asked to rethink the roles of reason and will in making us who we are.

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