RT Video/DVD DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 171586103 LA In English. T1 Robert Frank the complete film works. Vol. 1. Vol. 1. A1 Frank, Robert,, Leslie, Alfred,, Kerouac, Jack,, Ginsberg, Allen,, Corso, Gregory., Rivers, Larry,, Orlovsky, Peter,, Orlovsky, Julius., Amram, David., Bellamy, Richard., Neel, Alice,, Gross, Sally., Frank, Pablo., Seyrig, Delphine,, Prochnik, Leon., Bovasso, Julie., Blossom, Roberts., St. George, Brian., Savalas, Telly,, Coe, John,, Sterling, Philip., Berliner, Gert., Feldman, Morton,, Collins, Ken., Shulman, Howard., Michaels, Jerry., Allen, Seth., Kiser, Virginia., Fish, Nancy., McAdams, Cynthia., Browne, Roscoe Lee., Tucci, Maria., Greenbaum, Jack., Walken, Christopher,, Porter, Beth,, Aimsworth, Fred., Orzel, Richard., La Prelle, Phillippe, Young, Otis,, Boyar, Sully,, Press, Joel., Waldon, Louis,, Chaikin, Joseph,, Arscher, Mimi., Easton, Robert,, Parker, Denise., Ellis, Anita,, Shepard, Sam,, Steidl Verlag., G-String Enterprise, Off Broadway Productions, Two Faces Company, PB Steidl PP Göttingen YR 2008 SN 3865213650 9783865213655 AB Pull my daisy: A short fictional film in which a married couple, Neal and Carolyn Cassady, hang out with their friends, including several beat poets and a "square" bishop. "Pull My Daisy is a 1959 short film that typifies the Beat Generation. Directed by Robert Frank and Alfred Leslie, Daisy was adapted by Jack Kerouac from the third act of a stage play he never finished entitled 'Beat Generation'. Kerouac also provided improvised narration. It starred Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, Larry Rivers, Peter Orlovsky, David Amram, Richard Bellamy, Alice Neel, Sally Gross and Pablo, Frank's then-infant son. Based on an incident in the life of Neal Cassady and his wife Carolyn, Daisy tells the story of a railway brakeman whose painter wife invites a respectable bishop over for dinner. However, the brakeman's bohemian friends crash the party, with comic results. Pull My Daisy was praised for years as an improvisational masterpiece, until Leslie revealed in 1968 that the film was actually carefully planned, rehearsed, and directed by him and Frank."--Publisher's description. The sin of Jesus: A short fictional film, based on the story of Isaac Babel, in which a young woman struggles to overcome the monotony of her failing marriage and dead-end job at a chicken farm. "The Sin of Jesus was based on the story of Isaac Babel, a woman on a chicken farm who spends her days working at an egg-sorting machine. 'I'm the only woman here.' She is pregnant, her husband spends his days lying in bed, and his friends encourage him to go out on the town with them. The woman talks to herself as she works, lost in the monotony of human existence. She counts the passing days in the same way she counts eggs. Even extraordinary events, such as the appearance of Jesus Christ in the barn, go under the stream of this melancholy solipsism."--Publisher's description. Me and my brother: A documentary film in which poet Peter Orlovsky attempts to care for his catatonic brother, Julius Orlovsky. "Me and My Brother seems to be a rather artless-film-within-a-film being shown at a rundown movie theater. The story contains bizarre twists and turns: skillfully weaving together opposites, playing counterfeits against the authentic, pornography against poetry, acting against being, Beat cynicism against hippie romanticism, monochrome against colored. This was Frank's first feature-length film work and it celebrates the return of the poetic essay as assemblage, the affirmation of the underground as a wild cinematic analysis in the form of a collage. There is a method to this film's madness: it is so rich in text, quotes, music, and associations that keeping up with it through the underbrush of psyche, film, and urbanity is barely possible."--Publisher's description.