Cinema: New Picture, Mar. 15, 1948

Farrebique (Siritzky-International) is the record of one year on a French farm of that name. A great subject and a great creative medium, peculiarly well suited to each other, meet and are combined in this film into one of the better events in the history of pure cinema.

The movie camera is unique as a recorder of actual existence. The man who uses the camera correctly in this field resists the temptation to alter or improve on the actual. Rather, he perceives and communicates the poetic vitality of what is there for the camera to...

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