by Laura K. Jones
Time and its disruptions have long been important to the work of the Brooklyn-based filmmaker Eve Sussman
, notably in the mesmerizing 89 seconds at Alcázar
(2004), which purports to bring the viewer just up to the moment that is Diego Velasquez' Las Meninas
, and the well-reviewed Rape of the Sabine Women
(2007), which is lavish, deliberate and anything but linear.