|1972||35mm color||Poland, Film School Lodz||Animation||03:36|
|–At the State Academy of Film in Lodz in 1972, he made Take
Five, an experimental film of double-exposed faces and figures
tightly synchronized to the Dave Brubeck jazz piece. In this
nascent effort one perceives a thoroughness in exploration of the
medium that announces the mature work of the artist.”
- John Canemaker, Rybczynskięs Tricks, –Print,” September-October 1984
The bodies of two adolescents are animated and superimposed in a whirling and syncopated dance, to the beat of the famous jazz piece.