1971 - color - 60 min.
I wanted the film to portray what a man sees as he is driving around a city, looking at people, observing cars and buses, etc. That idea soon changed. What began with the word LIFESTYLES, which was a cliché anyway, soon changed to DEATHSTYLES.
…I do not hesitate to state that I consider it one of the really great ‘personal’ films, and certainly the most important film to come from the experimental cinema in the last few years. It is the kind of film that grows in complexity with every viewing. DEATHSTYLES has a sense of time forgotten ... a sense of innocence juxtaposed against the present.…