Ten Minutes Older

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Ten Minutes Older is the 1978 short film by Frank Herz. As I found out today, there’s a whole tribute to this movie made in 2002 featuring great names such as Werner Herzog, Jean-Luc Godard, Jirí Menzel, Jim Jarmush, Aki Kaurismäki and many more. Also, yes, Daniel wrote about Herzog’s contribution first, so check it out (yes, yes, I know that every semi-meaningful entry on my blog starts with this guy, but seriously, read it).

The way that music follows little boy’s facial expressions reminded me a bit on Sergei Prokofiev’s Petya i volk. Of course, Petya was first the musical symphony and then it was turned into a play (and later into a few animated versions – I’m posting the Disney one here because I cannot find Soyuzmultfilm online), while at Ten Minutes Older it was the opposite, but the experience of watching it is less about what…

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