|The promotional still for The Clock|
|Entering the Power Plant at Harbourfront|
|A rifle barrel creating a sundial effect|
|IKEA couches present ideal viewing stations|
|Harold Lloyd in Safety Last!|
"Where's the 3:10 to Yuma?"And that's, as far as I can tell, the last time the 3:10 from Yuma is mentioned. Until the next day, that is, when the whole process repeats. Which is another aspect of the piece that I really enjoyed: the knowledge that, no matter how the "day" you are sharing with your cinematic friends turns out, you will get to repeat it tomorrow note-for-note. It's like living through your own personal Groundhog Day. (Which I really hope appears at 6 a.m. in The Clock.)
"Running late, I suppose."
"Beats me. Gets here when it gets here."
"Goddamn trains. Never can rely on 'em, huh?"
|This would have been a nightmare for Marclay: all different times|
|Even shattered, time marches on|
I'll be waiting for you. Under the big clock.