The Colors of the Prism, The Mechanics of Time
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The Colors of the Prism, The Mechanics of Time
This film will investigate the prolific musical period that begins in the middle of the 1960s and continues to the beginning of the 21st century: a half a century of music history in the United States. This motion picture won't be the portrait of the person who'll serve as the "leitmotif" of this survey, - even if this film will be based on the passionate viewpoints of Daniel Caux, who at the same time is a musicologist, essayist, activist, radioman, promoter and friend of the musicians who will be the subject of this film - but rather the portrait of a particularly… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"This frustrating film is often a chore to sit through."
‑ Rachel Saltz, New York Times
"Electronica is the next progression, and Jacqueline Caux caps her otherwise rarified musical program with a rave anthem from Plastikman to drive the point home."
‑ Eric Henderson, Slant Magazine
"What such outside-the-box artists deserve is a survey as purposefully atonal, boundaryless and visionary as the work they make-and Jacqueline Caux's look at contemporary musical mavericks hits two out of those three targets."
‑ David Fear, Time Out New York
"Aside from some interim scenes dwelling on broody cityscapes, the presentation is straightforward, the interviews candid and familiar, with appeal for both novices and disciples."
‑ Nick Pinkerton, Village Voice
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