Ten years in the making, Tarr’s magnum opus and masterpiece, Satantango, is a collaborative adaptation with Krasznahorkai. Its form inspired by the tango—its 12 parts representing the dance’s six steps forward and six back—this darkly comic film chronicles the dissolution of a collective farm over a few autumn days, involving an ephemeral messianic figure. “Devastating, enthralling for every minute of its seven hours,” said Susan Sontag. “I’d be glad to see it every year for the rest of my life.” 1994, 35mm, in Hungarian with English subtitles, 435 minutes. Screened with one 30-minute and one hour-long intermission.