Thomas Bernhard: 3 Days
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Set in a Hamburg park on a simple white bench, 3 Days captures Austrian writer Thomas Bernhard reciting a compelling monologue of Three Days (Drei Tage). Over the period of June 5, 6, and 7 in 1970, filmmaker Ferry Radax combined Bernhard’s monologue with intricate visual techniques such as blacking out the screen and extreme close ups to capture the essence of Bernhard’s profound work. Through these detailed touches, readers are able to uncover the significance of Bernhard’s Monologue and still images from Radax’s film, which paint a rare reflection of Bernhard.