Traité de bave et d'éternité

[directed by] Isidore Isou

An experimental narrative telling the story of Daniel, author of a manifesto for a new cinema, his speech facing a hostile audience, and his love for a named Eve. Isou turns film on its ear by shooting upside-down and backwards, tearing and scratching the film, and attacking the film stock itself. H...

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Main Authors: Garrigue, Daniel, 1948- (Composer), Isou, Isidore (Film director, Screenwriter)
Other Authors: Saufer, Nat (Director of photography)
Format: Video DVD
Language:French
Published: [Paris] : Re:Voir, [2008]
Edition:First authorized edition of the original version and trailer, mastered in HD from the 35mm internegative restored by the French National Film Archives.
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Physical Description:1 videodisc (123 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (50 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm)
General note:Accompanying booklet includes an essay by Frédérique Devaux and an Isidore Isou filmography; in French with English translations.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1951.
Creation/Production Credits Note:Written by Isidore Isou ; cinematography by Nat Saufer ; music by Daniel Garrigue.
Participant note:Cast includes Jean Cocteau, Jean Louis-Barrault, Blaise Cendrard, Marcel Achard, Danielle Delorme, Eduord Dherite, Danil Gelin, Andre Maurois, Armand Salacrou.
Systems note:DVD 9; PAL; All regions; full screen presentation; mono.
Language note:Dialogue in French; with optional English, German, Italian or Spanish subtitles.
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