Ten Minutes Older: The Cello

Overview

Eight master directors of world cinema combine forces for this omnibus film that focuses cumulatively on the subject of time. Bookended by cello interludes, Ten Minutes Older: The Cello presents just one parameter to each of its filmmakers: no final entry can be more or less than ten minutes long. The resulting films run the gamut of styles and moods, beginning with Bernardo Bertolucci's Histoire d'Eaux, which presents an Indian fable about a mentor's impatience. In Mike Figgis' entry About Time 2, the director ...
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Overview

Eight master directors of world cinema combine forces for this omnibus film that focuses cumulatively on the subject of time. Bookended by cello interludes, Ten Minutes Older: The Cello presents just one parameter to each of its filmmakers: no final entry can be more or less than ten minutes long. The resulting films run the gamut of styles and moods, beginning with Bernardo Bertolucci's Histoire d'Eaux, which presents an Indian fable about a mentor's impatience. In Mike Figgis' entry About Time 2, the director continues with the experimental structure he pioneered in Timecode; similarly, Jean-Luc Godard uses his time allotment to present a fractured series of clips on youth, death, and love. Another non-narrative entry, Volker Schlöndorff's The Enlightenment presents a series of images on racism. Claire Denis' effort Vers Nancy chronicles a philosophical discussion on time between a teacher and student on a train ride; in Jirí Menzel's Ten Minutes After, the effects of time on aging Czech actor Rudolf Hrusinsky are documented. In perhaps the film's most narrative-oriented segment, director Michael Radford offers up a sci-fi vision of an astronaut returning to earth to find that his son has aged faster than he has. Ten Minutes Older: The Cello is a companion piece to 2002's Ten Minutes Older: The Trumpet, which aired in the U.S. on the Showtime cable network.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/1/2008
  • EAN: 4895033742425
  • Original Release: 2002
  • Source: Panorama
  • Region Code: 3
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English, Hungarian
  • Time: 1:42:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 61,610

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Amit Arroz
Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi
Mark Long
Alexandra Staden
Dominic West
Rudolf Hrusínsky
Ildikó Bánsági
Gábor Máté
Jean-Luc Nancy
Ana Samardzija
Alex Descas
Bibiana Beglau
Irm Hermann
Mario Irrek
Toks Korner
Daniel Craig
Charles Simon
Roland Gift
Branka Katic
Claire Adamson
Technical Credits
Bernardo Bertolucci Director, Screenwriter
Claire Denis Director, Screenwriter
Mike Figgis Director, Cinematographer, Screenwriter
Jean-Luc Godard Director
Jirí Menzel Director, Screenwriter
Michael Radford Director, Screenwriter
Volker Schlöndorff Director
István Szabó Director, Screenwriter
Zsuzsa Borvendeg Production Designer
Lucy Bristow Cinematographer
Tilman Buttner Cinematographer
Fabio Cianchetti Cinematographer
Danny Cohen Cinematographer
Dinah Collins Costumes/Costume Designer
Michael Comish Associate Producer
Massimo Cortesi Producer
Sandor Csajbok Costumes/Costume Designer
Zsuzsa Csakany Editor
Paul Englishby Score Composer
Ulrich Felsberg Executive Producer, Producer
James Feltham Sound/Sound Designer
Max E. Frye Screenwriter
Agnès Godard Cinematographer
Nigel Heath Sound/Sound Designer
Julien Hirsch Cinematographer
Andreas Hofer Cinematographer
Michael Howells Production Designer
Albert Kodagolian Cinematographer
Lajos Koltai Cinematographer
Metka Kosak Production Designer
Brice Leboucq Score Composer
Nicolas McClintock Producer
Kirstin McMahon Cinematographer
Anne-Marie Miéville Screenwriter
Christina Moore Production Designer
François Musy Sound/Sound Designer
Arvo Part Score Composer
Zdenek Patocka Editor
Emmanuelle Pencalet Editor
Claus-Jurgen Pfeiffer Production Designer
Aenne Plaumann Costumes/Costume Designer
Jocelyn Pook Score Composer
Peter Przygodda Editor
Jacopo Quadri Editor
Tommaso Quattrini Sound/Sound Designer
Pascal Rabaud Cinematographer
Paulin Sagna Sound/Sound Designer
Mikael Shields Associate Producer
Istvan Sipos Sound/Sound Designer
Zsuzsa Stenger Costumes/Costume Designer
Louise Stjernsward Costumes/Costume Designer
Jany Temime Costumes/Costume Designer
Nigel Thomas Producer
Mark Tucker Sound/Sound Designer
Jean-Louis Ughetto Sound/Sound Designer
Oliver Weiss Editor
Lucia Zucchetti Editor
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Ten Minutes Older: The Cello
1. Bernardo Bertolucci - Histoire d'Eaux [15:44]
2. Mike Figgis - About Time 2 [12:07]
3. Jirí Menzel - One Moment [11:00]
4. István Szabó - Ten Minutes After [12:15]
5. Claire Denis - Towards Nancy [12:32]
6. Volker Schlöndorff - The Enlightenment [11:05]
7. Michael Radford - Addicted to the Stars [11:39]
8. Jean-Luc Goddard - In the Darkness of Time [19:19]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Ten Minutes Older: The Cello
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   Chapters
   Audio Setup
      Dolby Digital Stereo
      Dolby Digital 5.1
   Subtitles
      Chinese
      English
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