Life goes on, and the longest of Mekas’ diary films focuses primarily on family life, chronicling his marriage and two children in material shot between 1970-99. In this more reflective work, his filmmaking moves closer to poetry, observing the beauty and wonder of the everyday. The accumulation is ecstatic, and these fleeting moments convey the subtle joys, emotions and memories of personal and universal experience.
- Jonas Mekas
- Jonas Mekas, Hollis Frampton, Oona Mekas, P. Adams Sitney
- 288 min