From: Peter Snowdon (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Jan 15 2010 - 01:34:33 PST
I saw this film at the Cinematheque in Brussels 7 or 8 years ago, and I
still smile everytime I remember it. Definitely one of the documentaries
that 'changed my life'.
Isn't /La Jetée/ a pre-JOLI MAI film too?
Patrick Friel wrote:
> I believe that New Yorker used to distribute this, but “retired” their
> print due to poor condition long before they went under.
> There may be prints in archives or university collections, but no
> rentable ones. As Argos stated, Marker does not want this, or any of
> his earlier films (pre-LE JOLI MAI), publicly shown anymore.
> If it’s just for personal viewing you might be able to find a crummy
> bootleg VHS or DVD or a torrent of it.
> Patrick Friel
> On 1/15/10 12:53 AM, "Gene Youngblood" <email suppressed> wrote:
> Does anyone know if there's a 16mm print in the U.S.? Argos
> responded to a query by saying "it cannot be shown or exploited,
> in accordance with Marker's wish."
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