Dziga Vertov's 68 minute visual poem of Soviet life and the world of the machine is quite possibly the most beautiful thing to ever grace the screen.
'Man with a Movie Camera' is a 1929 Soviet Montage Avant-Garde Documentary in which Vertov literally filmed whatever he saw.
It's an incredible eye-sore into the realms of filmmaking, technology and financial courage of such a critically important time in cinema.
It's a surreal experience watching this film, but one you will never forget.
This is Vertov's first feature-length film, and by far his best.
One of cinema's biggest achievements.