Cinema [magazine] (issue no. 31) (Spring 1972) [Preston Sturges special supplement]

By: (Schrader, Paul, ed.)

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[nice clean copy, faint handling wear only]. (B&W photographs) The primary feature of this issue is a center section devoted to the work of writer/director Preston Sturges. Also: a discussion/analysis of STRAW DOGS (Sam Peckinpah); a joint discussion of Arrabal's VIVA LA MUERTE ("a wretched failure of a film") and Alejandro Jodorowsky's EL TOPO ("the fevered work of a genuinely audacious imagination"); a couple of articles devoted to Akira Kurosawa's DODES'KA-DEN, including an interview with the director and a black-and-white reproduction of a poster for the film, drawn by him; a "Guide to Christian Metz" (then the Next Big Star of film analysis, God help us); a discussion of LE BOUCHER (Claude Chabrol); reviews of THE HELLSTROM CHRONICLE (Walon Green) and TRASH (Paul Morrisey); and a discussion (with bibliography) of the critical writings of Raymond Durgnat.

Title: Cinema [magazine] (issue no. 31) (Spring 1972) [Preston Sturges special supplement]

Author: (Schrader, Paul, ed.)

Categories: Cinema: Periodicals,

Edition: (Vol. 7, No. 2)

Publisher: Beverly Hills CA, Spectator International: 1972

ISBN Number: NO

Binding: Periodical

Book Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 17256

Keywords: Film Directors Preston Sturges Sam Peckinpah Jodorowsky Akira Kurosawa Christian Metz Semiology Raymond Durgnat