Wide Angle (1977) [special issue: Japanese Cinema]

By: (Lehman, Peter, ed.)

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[ex-library, library stamps on front cover with "dupl[icate]" notation, light external wear, bumped at base of spine; no internal markings] (B&W photographs) Much of this issue is devoted to Japanese cinema, including articles on Yasujiro Ozu, Nagisa Oshima, and Yukio Mishima. Other articles include: Dean McWilliams on Marguerite Duras's INDIA SONG; analysis of MR. HULOT'S HOLIDAY (Jacques Tati) by Kristin Thompson; "Notes on Polanski's Cinema of Cruelty" by James Leach; a short article on Blake Edwards, then on the outs in Hollywood; discussion of Eric Rohmer's THE MARQUISE OF O; a review of Leslie Cabarga's book "The Fleischer Story."

Title: Wide Angle (1977) [special issue: Japanese Cinema]

Author: (Lehman, Peter, ed.)

Categories: Cinema: Periodicals,

Edition: (Vol. 1, No. 4)

Publisher: Athens OH, Athens International Film Festival: (c.1977)

Binding: Journal

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 23427

Keywords: John Ford Film Directors Japanese Cinema Yasujiro Ozu Nagisa Oshima Yukio Mishima Blake Edwards Eric Rohmer Jacques Tati