My favorite industrial symphony is this James Benning's movie "RR"
"RR" is a deep meditative trip, despite you don't travel with these trains which cross the screen: the travel is an audio and hypnotic one.
James Benning, born in 1942, is an independent filmmaker from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Over the course of his 40-year career Benning has made over twenty-five feature-length films. He employed diverse methods, themes, structures, and aesthetics, investigating narrative and anti-narrative modes, personal history, race, collective memory, place, industry, and landscape.
His philosophy of "landscapes as a function of time", so they reveal history, from the specifics of his own autobiography and forays-with-camera to the whole bitter chronicle of American colonial and industrial conquest, class struggle, violence and ecological ravages.
He said : “All my films are an attempt to ask, how liberated am I? Where did I come from? How am I progressing?”
Of course, the original "RR" movie is in a better quality than this capture... but...
listen it loud!
and if you liked "RR", in a similar style, don't miss to look at 2 of the "13 lakes"
as well the complete movie "10 skies"
and "Far trains", my own audio tribute to James Benning.