A distinctive feature of Haunted Memory is its evocative interplay between voice-over and visual that suspends the viewer – not unlike the curious-child in Víctor Erice’s films – in a position between understanding and non-understand-ing. This article explores how the practice of the audio-visual essay presents an opportunity to exploit critical uncertainty.
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- Critical uncertainty
- The audio-visual essay