Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Le sexe enragé de la fée sanguinaire/Roland Lethem

WIKI: Roland Lethem (born 1942) is a Belgian filmmaker and writer.

Influenced at his beginnings by Bunuel, Cocteau, the surrealists and by the Japanese cinema (Seijun Suzuki, Ishirô Honda, Koji Wakamatsu, Yoko Ono), stunned by the Festival of the film expérimental of Knokke in 1967 and by May 1968, Roland Lethem wants to push the people to look at the things of which they say they are freed, it's to say to place them in front of their responsabilities. Even if sometimes the results leaves much to be desired, the idea of each one of his films is seductive and exemplary. A fact is certain, his films are disturbing, they are sometimes unpleasant to look at.

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