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Pool Films

Overview
Works: 4 works in 11 publications in 2 languages and 142 library holdings
Genres: Drama 
Classifications: PN1997, 791.4372
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Publications about Pool Films
Publications by Pool Films
Most widely held works about Pool Films
 
Most widely held works by Pool Films
Paul Robeson outsider ( visu )
1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 121 libraries worldwide
Body and soul: Tells the story of a minister gone corrupt. He associates with the owner of a house of gambling, forces a girl to steal, and later kills the girl's brother. Yet, when all is said and done, it's only a dream. Borderline: Set in a Swiss mountain resort town, tells the story of Adah, a black woman who has an affair with Thorne, a white man, then attempts to reconcile with her husband Pete, and eventually leaves town. Thorne's wife Astrid goes mad and cuts Thorne's face and arm with a knife, then mysteriously dies. After Thorne is tried and acquitted, the mayor sends Pete a letter asking him to leave town for the good of all concerned
Borderline by Kenneth McPherson( visu )
8 editions published between 1928 and 2007 in English and held by 16 libraries worldwide
Adah, a negro woman, has an affair with Thorne, a white man, much to the dismay of some of the predjudiced townfolk and Thorne's wife, Astrid. Adah attempts a reconciliation with her man, Pete, but eventually leaves him and the town. Meanwhile, Astrid goes mad and cuts Thorne's face and arm with a knife, but then mysteriously dies. Thorne is tried but acquitted. Because of the events, the mayor sends Pete a letter asking him to leave town for the good of all concerned. Paul Robeson is Pete
Kenwin un film ( visu )
1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Kenwin: The Villa Kenwin, built by Hermann Henselmann in 1930-1931, was home to Kenneth Macpherson, filmmaker, and Winifred Ellerman (Bryer) who entertained the poet H.D. (Hilda Doolittle-Aldington) and her daughter Perdita. Built as a modernist utopia, the villa exemplifies the life of a social world. Through tours of the villa and with correspondence between H.D., Bryer, and Macpherson, the past is revisited
 
Languages
English (10)
French (1)
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