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Born in flames : a film by Lizzie Borden

Author: Kaisa Lassinaro; Lizzie Borden; Ed Bowes; Red Crayola (Musical group); Bloods (Musical group)
Publisher: [London] : Occasional Papers, [2011?]
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An illustrated transcript of Lizzie Borden's 1983 film 'Born in Flames', edited and designed by Kaisa Lassinaro. It includes an interview with Borden conducted in L.A. by Lassinaro, as well as the lyrics of Undercover Nation by The Bloods and Born in Flames by Red Crayola, kindly supplied by Adele Bertei and Mayo Thompson. Released as a motion picture in 1983 the film is a futuristic fable of feminist turmoil still  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Lizzie Borden; Lizzie Borden
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kaisa Lassinaro; Lizzie Borden; Ed Bowes; Red Crayola (Musical group); Bloods (Musical group)
ISBN: 9780956260598 0956260594
OCLC Number: 793572267
Notes: Cover title.
Includes passages from Heresies no. 16, 1983.
Credits: Film produced, directed, edited by Lizzie Borden ; story, editing consultant, Ed Bowes.
Cast: Film participants: Honey ; Adele Bertei ; Jeanne Satterfield ; Flo Kennedy, Ron Vawter, Eric Bogosian.
Description: 50 p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm.
Responsibility: [transcribed and laid out by Kaisa Lassinaro].

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An illustrated transcript of Lizzie Borden's 1983 film 'Born in Flames', edited and designed by Kaisa Lassinaro. It includes an interview with Borden conducted in L.A. by Lassinaro, as well as the lyrics of Undercover Nation by The Bloods and Born in Flames by Red Crayola, kindly supplied by Adele Bertei and Mayo Thompson. Released as a motion picture in 1983 the film is a futuristic fable of feminist turmoil still brewing ten years after the Second American Revolution. When Adelaide Norris, the black radical founder of the Woman's Army, is mysteriously killed, a diverse coalition of women - across all lines of race, class, and sexual preference - emerges to blow the System apart. With their fury growing and all peaceful options exhausted, women overcome divisions of race, class, and sexual orientation to form a guerilla movement to take over control of the media. The film poses the question of whether oppression against women will be eliminated under any kind of social system.

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