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Louis I. Jaffe

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Location: San Francisco, CA USA
 

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Latcho Drom [Import] <b>VHS</b> ~ La Caita
Latcho Drom [Import] VHS ~ La Caita
4.0 out of 5 stars Should be on DVD, May 6 2004
Others have amply described this film. I just want to note that it would be great on DVD, because unlike most documentaries, the production values are on a par with Hollywood feature films. It's shot in 35MM wide screen, beautifully staged and lit, with a high quality digital audio track. Seen on the big screen it has immense impact because it transcends the documentary genre.
Adventuring in New Zealand: Second Edition by Margaret Jeffries
My partner and I found "Adventuring..." the single most useful guide for our visit to New Zealand in January 2003. I disagree with the prior negative customer review and wonder if M. Goldstein actually used this book for travel to New Zealand or was merely an armchair traveler seeking amusement.
It's true this isn't the kind of general guidebook so ably done by Lonely Planet and others. Jefferies doesn't refer the reader to specific restaurants or lodgings. What she does superbly is to introduce each region of the country with a detailed essay on its flora, fauna, terrain and history.
Her knowledge of New Zealand's parklands runs much deeper than a conventional… Read more
California Road & Recreation Atlas by Allan Stuart
5.0 out of 5 stars There's nothing like'em, March 23 2004
The Benchmark state road atlases are in a class by themselves. No one else combines excellent road legibility with vivid shaded-relief imagery of the land forms.
The main competitor is DeLorme's series of state atlases. Here's how they compare: Benchmark is better for primary and secondary roads, better for labeling landmarks, far better on land forms. Benchmark also has a dedicated set of pages showing what government agencies own what lands. DeLorme is larger scale, with occasionally better detail on local features.
Neither is a definitive guide to back-country roads, although Benchmark does more to classify which roads are actually driveable vs. which are mere tracks… Read more