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La jetée. Sans soleil

Author: Chris MarkerTrevor DuncanModest MussorgskyJean SibeliusHelene ChatelainAll authors
Publisher: Optimum Home Entertainment, 2011.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
A Chris Marker double bill. 'La Jetee' is a science fiction short that takes a man from the future back to his childhood in pre-apocalypse Paris. His ability to make contact with a woman he once glimpsed may be humanity's last hope. The film makes use of still pictures to tell almost the entire story. It won first prize at the 1963 Trieste Film Festival and was the inspiration behind Terry Gilliam's 'Twelve  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Feature : Modern Classic
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Chris Marker; Trevor Duncan; Modest Mussorgsky; Jean Sibelius; Helene Chatelain; Davos Hanich; Jacques Ledoux
OCLC Number: 857344126
Notes: Region 2, Disc format DVD 9 dual layer, Interactive menus, Ratio (1:1.66 widescreen), Languages (French), Sound (Dolby Digital 2.0), Subtitles (English).
Made in 1982.
Credits: music, Trevor Duncan; music, Modest Mussorgsky; music, Jean Sibelius; music, Arielle Dombasle; narrator, Alexandra Stewart.
DVDN.
Cast: Cast: Helene Chatelain, Davos Hanich, Jacques Ledoux, Andre Heinrich, Jacques Branchu, Pierre Joffroy, Philbert von Lifchitz, Etienne Becker, Jeannine Klein, Bill Klein, Germano Facetti, Ligia Borowczyk.
Target Audience: BBFC code: 15.
Description: 1 dvd-video (ca. 29, 100 min.) : color & black and white
Details: DVD.
Other Titles: Sans soleil
Responsibility: director, Chris Marker; producer, Anatole Dauman; writer, Chris Marker.

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A Chris Marker double bill. 'La Jetee' is a science fiction short that takes a man from the future back to his childhood in pre-apocalypse Paris. His ability to make contact with a woman he once glimpsed may be humanity's last hope. The film makes use of still pictures to tell almost the entire story. It won first prize at the 1963 Trieste Film Festival and was the inspiration behind Terry Gilliam's 'Twelve Monkeys'. Whilst 'Sans Soleil' is Marker's landmark avant-garde documentary which compiles exotic footage from across the globe to provide a collage of 'the dreams of the human race'. A fictionalised cameraman provides commentary on the images through the letters he writes to a woman.

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