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Jean Genet's un Chant d'Amour (Version française) [Import]


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This film was the only one made by French novelist Jean Genet. The story, set in a prison with 3 main characters, a guard and 2 prisoners, is a voyeuristic, confrontational, poetic masterpiece. Forbidden in France upon its release, and only available in t

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Jean Genet's un Chant d'Amour Oct. 15 2011
By Roy Hedrick - Published on Amazon.com
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One amazing silent film, that must be seen by any film student, film industry professional, artists of all venues.
I know why it is a silent film, it made me speechless.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
meets my expectations April 17 2013
By jim - Published on Amazon.com
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I like the subject matter and the treatment. Can't say it's the most erotic, but it has it's moments. Especially smoking through the wall.
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Miracle Nov. 9 2012
By Jiri Gutman - Published on Amazon.com
Very old and very beautiful film miracle. Try to compare with empty films of today. B&W only but more interesting and intensive then computer generated comics.


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