Walden, an iconic film of Jonas Mekas, was originally commissioned by Albright–Knox Art Gallery. In this feature-length film, originally titled Diaries, Notes and Sketches, Mekas presents a diary-like film that shows events of Mekas’ life.
Vincent Canby, a legendary film and theatre critic who wrote for The New York Times, wrote that “Mekas has a remarkable gift for making us see, as if for the first time, what we’ve been looking at all our lives.”
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