A great write-up in yesterday’s Times of “Visitors,” the new film by Friends-of-the-Library (FOTL) Godfrey Reggio and Philip Glass,

A great write-up in yesterday’s Times of “Visitors,” the new film by Friends-of-the-Library (FOTL) Godfrey Reggio and Philip Glass, who composed the soundtrack.

This, of course, is the duo that brought us the famed “Qatsi” trilogy beginning in 1982.


“Visitors” consists of a steady stream of both human and animal faces. Here’s one of many money quotes:

“The title “Visitors” implies that aliens are the subjects. If so, might they be ourselves, the rulers of the planet but also its despoilers? Of course, all of us, with our brief stays here, are, quite literally, visitors to Earth. The word for the film is transfixing.”

Read the whole article, which also includes a stunning video excerpt!

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