From: Steven Ball (email suppressed)
Date: Thu May 25 2006 - 17:16:12 PDT
Thanks Mustafa. That rules that out, so I'm still looking!
On 26 May 2006, at 00:54, mustafa uzuner wrote:
> Here is what the 7 experimental vhs' include if you mention them:
> 1: The Cage(1964)
> Emperor Tomato-Ketchup(1971)(short version)
> Young People's Guide to Cinema¢ñ(1974)
> 2:War of Jan-Ken-Pon(1971)
> Young People's Guide to Cinema¢̣(1974)
> 3: Hoso-Tan(1975)
> Labyrinth's Tale(1975)
> 4: Der Prozess(1975)
> The Rubber(1977)
> Young People's Guide to Cinema¢ó(1974)
> 5: Les Chants De Maldoror (1977)
> Issun Bosi O Kijutsu Sura Kokoromi(1977)
> 6: A Woman With Two Heads(1977)
> The Machine To Read A Book(1977)
> Young People's Guide to Cinema(1974)
> 7: Emperor Tomato-Ketchup(1974)(Complete Version)
> Mark Webber <email suppressed> wrote:
>> from Image Forum for retail / home use. unfortunately the terayama
>> from this page are not working
>> ... but you could email Koyo Yamashita for further
>> > Date: Thu, 25 May 2006 13:04:04 -0500
>> > From: Michelle Puetz
>> > Subject: Re: Video Letter by Shuji Terayama & Shuntaro Tanikawa
>> > Hello Steven,
>> > For purchase or for exhibition? If you're interested in screening it
>> > publicly, I'm pretty positive you can rent a video copy from Image
>> Forum in
>> > Tokyo (www.imageforum.co.jp, email suppressed). If you're
>> interested in
>> > watching it purely for personal pleasure, I'm not sure where you
>> can get a
>> > copy - save for going to Tokyo and watching it at Image Forum
>> (that's where I
>> > saw it, about 2 years ago).
>> > Best of luck, Michelle
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