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Lindsay Anderson and Shelagh Delaney's The White Bus is a surrealistic film about a secretary who takes a strange trip, part of which takes place on the eponymous vehicle. The nameless girl has a seemingly dull life, which is interrupted by periodic flights of fantasy involving suicide, recreations of paintings, and pieces of meat that suddenly run blood-run. (Fandango.com)

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Oct 19, 2016 jerrywarton
66T6
Oct 09, 2016 robot2xl robot2xl
73T6
May 06, 2016 joachimt joachimt
60T5
Dec 16, 2015 MUBIvotes MUBIvotes
37T7
Oct 28, 2015 Niska Niska
18T2
Dec 25, 2014 Zipster
75T4
When I caught myself trying to pigeonhole whether it was supposed to be a hallucination or pure free association, I hearkened back to my first experience seeing a movie directed by Lindsay Anderson, If%u2026., which was a more realistic story, yes, but had a dreamlike lack of reason or cohesion for its stylistic and visual changeovers. Likewise, The White Bus is just a chain of imagery. But what makes it a consistent piece? Somehow, it is. Because I followed it and enjoyed it.
Dec 09, 2014 MoaMan
70T5
Mar 27, 2014 ehk2 ehk2
62T8
Oct 03, 2013 SheWas SheWas
11T2
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Apr 14, 2013 Coheed
40T2
Feb 09, 2012 CHOICECOD CHOICECOD
54T1
Nov 24, 2011 imdb imdb
69T7
Aug 03, 2011 Obdurate Obdurate
56T2
I actually thought it was pretty dull a lot of the time. However, there were a few scenes that helped push this past a 50 for me, namely the end, and a couple little laughs here and there (like at the very beginning). Visually it's interesting, I mean, a 1967 movie that mixed colour and B&W footage was a nice touch. Hell, that's a nice touch even today. I'm not sure what the movie meant but like I said, there were some good scenes, though I wouldn't give it a strong recommendation.
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