|Directed by Joyce Wieland|
|Canada, 1967 (avant-garde, 4 minutes, colour, English)|
"The film offers a street scene shot in New York City in the late 1960s from a loft window on the second floor. This shot, filmed mostly in fast motion but occasionally slowed to normal speed, is repeated in its entirety 10 times and is accompanied by dissonant raucous music, evoking the silent-film-like humour in fast motion human movement."
-- University of Toronto Library Catalogue (source)