Meditative at times, fluid, like sand through an
hourglass or clouds across the sky, then tedious at
others. "Chronos" flows with music and images on the
wings of time.
Minus narration, this production goes for the Pink
Floyd feel, though dipping more than once into a
mid-eighties techno-noise that's less than
You'll follow the sun's shadow via time-lapse
photography fast-forwarding over the blocked walls of
the pyramids, rock formations and canyons in
America's Southwest, and Mediterranean statues
contrasted with urban high-rises.
Rapid pedestrian traffic speeds to flurries in
downtown train stations, main streets and airports.
Perhaps hinting at how fleeting our civilization
seems when juxtaposed with ancient ruins.
Ride atop a double-decker bus through busy
streets, then on a riverboat, then a helicopter, the
jittery lights striking an interesting motif across
the night sky.
The sun's shadow gig approaches redundancy, while
the Dr. Who music falls short of crescendo. Still,
there are glorious insightful moments baring either
huge beauty or hip glimpses into this earth and our
time. Time-lapse provides a perspective only the most
patient among us prove to enjoy without.