“Limite” doesn’t exactly belong in the Museum of Modern Art’s New Directors/New Films series, because it was first released almost 50 years ago and was directed by a Brazilian, Mario Peixoto, who is now almost 70 years old. However, its inclusion in the series can be explained by its relative obscurity, the praise it received from Sergei Eisenstein and its extraordinarily youthful energies. “Limite” is feverishly beautiful and desperately ambitious, even when it isn’t clear.
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