The complete works of Joyce Wieland : volume 5 : The far shore (1976)Other(s) author(s) : Wieland, Joyce, [zuzendari, gidoilari] ; Barney, Bryan, [gidoilari]Language : EnglishUniform titles : The far shore.Canada : Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre, copyright 19761 disko (DVD) (105 minutu) : soinua, kolorezIrudia (mugimenduan ; bidimentsiokoa): bideoaThe far shore (IMDb) | Abstract | Full film Issued with : The complete works of Joyce Wieland : volume 1 : shorts 1963-65 Issued with : The complete works of Joyce Wieland : volume 2 : shorts 1967-69 Issued with : The complete works of Joyce Wieland : volume 3 : shorts 1972-86 Issued with : The complete works of Joyce Wieland : volume 4 : La raison avant la passion = Reason over passion Related item : Joyce Wieland's The far shore
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Musika: Douglas Pringle.
Argazki zuzendaritza: Richard Leiterman.
Partehartzaileak: Céline Lomez, Frank Moore, Lawrence Benedict, Sean McCann, Susan Petrie, Charlotte Blunt, Cosette Lee, Don Le Gros, Leo Leyden, Murray Westgate, Jean Carignan.
Set in 1918 Ontario, "The Far Shore" employs both melodramatic conventions and experimental formal strategies to tell the tale of Eulalie, a Québecoise woman, and her love affair with Tom McLeod (a thinly veiled fictionalization of Canadian painter Tom Thompson). Married to a Toronto engineer, Eulalie finds life with him oppressive.Together she and Tom escape to the wilds of Northern Ontario, where they enjoy a brief idyll before being hunted down by her jealous husband. In its narrative and symbolism, "The Far Shore" deftly explores tensions between women and men, nature and industry, French and English, and art and commerce.