Néwtóntangó is shot on location to Newton Dee, Camphill community, Cults, Aberdeenshire, Scotland by Eric T. Kerr. Néwtóntangó is 447 minutes shorter than Sátántangó.

"I think something is going to happen today."

Newton Dee is a Camphill community in Aberdeen, Scotland. It offers a "home and meaningful work" for hundreds of people with special needs. The community is partly self-sustaining with livestock and 120 acres of biodynamic farms. Sátántangó is a black and white film directed by Béla Tarr and based on the eponymous novel by László Krasznahorkai.

"The plot deals with the collapse of a collective farm in Hungary near the end of Communism. Several people on the farm are eager to leave with the cash they will receive for closing down the community, but they hear that the smooth-talking and charismatic Irimias, who had disappeared over two years ago and whom they thought to be dead, is returning." [Wikipedia]

Sátántangó was shot between 1990 and 1994. Néwtóntangó was shot between 19:00 and 19:04 on the 13th of August 2011.

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