← Back to Movies

Meshes of the Afternoon


Maya Deren, Alexander Hammid View All


Maya Deren (Director), Maya Deren (Writer) View All

Release: Jan. 1st, 1943
Runtime: 14 minutes
A woman returning home falls asleep and has vivid dreams that may or may not be happening in reality. Through repetitive images and complete mismatching of the objective view of time and space, her dark inner desires play out on-screen.
Average Rating:

Replies Discussions

We didn't find any linked discussions for this film. Here are the results of a quick search of possibly related threads:
9 Dog Day Afternoon
This movie proves that Al Pachino is one of the best actors ever. If Pachino did not play his charicter right in this movie, the film would of sucked. I realy enjoyed this movie. I normaly hate mov...
17 dog day afternoon
intro hey im keags movie geek for life nice to meet u question i wanna kw if ne one kws y in the film dog day afternoon that Al Pacino shouts ANNEKA to the cops when he comes out ov the bank plz le...
8 Dog Day Afternoon
Watched Dog Day Afternoon last night. I haven't watched this movie in a very long time. Absolutely fantastic! Probably Pacino's best performance and should have won an Oscar (over Nicholson's "...
0 Looking for a Saturday afternoon Horror in the 80's on tv
Grew up in utah and every sat. a thriller theater or chiller theater would come on and show a different movie, with a pig like movie projectionist working the reel. anyone know of a movie list they sh...
0 Open Fist hand gesture in Dog Day Afternoon - what's its meaning?
In Dog Day Afternoon, before letting FBI agent Sheldon enter the bank to see that the hostages are OK, Sonny frisks Sheldon, and a crowd of LGBT people responds with Ooo's. Sonny than makes an open fi...

Post a Comment

Got something to say? Log in to comment, or register for free. It's quick, easy, and we won't spam you or anything.

Reviewed by

David Lynch has cited the film as an influence on his work, and one can certainly see parallels between Meshes of the Afternoons cinematography and surreal symbolism and that of Lynchs films like Mulholland Drive.


No users have added this film to their favorites.