|Directed by Midi Onodera|
|Canada, 1983 (avant-garde, 5 minutes, black and white)|
"'Almost any solitaire game is often humorously called Idiot's Delight.' —Official Rules of Card Games.
Black-and-white images of waves dissolving over stills of gravestones, old fences, boats on the shore, and a voice meditating on the joys of celibacy."
-- Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre (source)