Anti-Clock

  • 1980
  • 1 HR 47 MIN
  • NR
  • Drama

The sort of film that gives art houses and film schools a bad name, ANTI-CLOCK is an awful, pretentious, overlong comedy about one man's journey to higher knowledge. Sebastian Saville undertakes a dual role as both Joseph Sapha, who rebels against enforced conformist thought, and Prof. Zanov, the man responsible for keeping Joseph from getting any big ideas,...read more

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The sort of film that gives art houses and film schools a bad name, ANTI-CLOCK is an awful, pretentious, overlong comedy about one man's journey to higher knowledge. Sebastian Saville undertakes a dual role as both Joseph Sapha, who rebels against enforced conformist thought, and Prof.

Zanov, the man responsible for keeping Joseph from getting any big ideas, which, of course, he gets anyway. Joseph comes to feel acutely connected to the rest of universe, but mostly he issues ridiculously bombastic pronouncements about a world on the edge of apocalypse. Made over a period of

three years by British experimental filmmakers Jack Bond and Jane Arden, who incorporate a number of video techniques into their production, ANTI-CLOCK is wholly forgettable.

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  • Released: 1980
  • Rating: NR
  • Review: The sort of film that gives art houses and film schools a bad name, ANTI-CLOCK is an awful, pretentious, overlong comedy about one man's journey to higher knowledge. Sebastian Saville undertakes a dual role as both Joseph Sapha, who rebels against enforced… (more)

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