Boris Lehman - Babel

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Babel tells the daily life of a filmmaker (Boris Lehman) wandering in his own city (Brussels), which seeks from Mexico on the trail of Antonin Artaud, among the Tarahumara Indians. It's a film about friendship and intimacy, written in first person, which

Babel tells the daily life of a filmmaker (Boris Lehman) wandering in his own city (Brussels), which seeks from Mexico on the trail of Antonin Artaud, among the Tarahumara Indians. It's a film about friendship and intimacy, written in first person, which puts Boris and Brussels in the center of the universe, represented by the spiral of the mythical tower. This is the diary and Boris Lehman's self-portrait that depicts and plays himself on the screen (like the hundreds of people who agreed to be "babelisées").

 

The package includes:
Three DVDs (double layer) / duration 6 h 20. / / / A book of 160 pages. / / / A playbill

The book contains: summary, the entire voice-over excerpts of dialogues, five unpublished texts (Juliette Achard, Mario Brenta, Serge Daney, Messalina Raverdy, Boris van der Avoort) and 115 color illustrations (documents, frames, drawings, manuscripts).

Price: 

49.00 EUR

Publisher: 

Label: 

re:voir & Yellow Now

Publishing date: 

Friday, January 6, 2012

Language: 

French

Subtitles: 

English

Runtime: 

380

Discs: 

3 DVD9

Region: 

Multizone

Video: 

PAL

Aspect ratio: 

4:3

Colour: 

Colour

Sound: 

DD2.0

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