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ICE (1970)

"This pioneering work is the first of Robert Kramer’s films to blur the boundaries between fiction and documentary, an approach Kramer would pursue throughout his subsequent career. An underground revolutionary group struggles against internal strife and stages guerrilla attacks against a fictional fascist regime in the U.S. Kramer intercuts rhetorical sequences that explain the group’s philosophy of radical action and serve to restrain the melodrama inherent in the thriller genre. Shot in the gray landscape of NYC in a gritty cinema-verite style, ICE is reminiscent of Godard’s ALPHAVILLE. Jonas Mekas wrote that ICE was 'the most original and significant American narrative film of the late sixties'."

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