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Author Barr, Jean-Luc
Title Lovers Jean-Luc Barr
Publication Info C4 22.8.00


LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 Shoosmith Language Learning Centre  FREV 663  NOT FOR LOAN  LIB USE ONLY

Descript 1hr 40min
Note 1999 French film in French and English with English subtitles. The fifth film made under the auspices of Dogma 95, and the first to be directed by a non-Dane, it owes as much to the stylistic devices of the French New Wave as it does to Lars von Trier's much vaunted Vow of Chastity. However he somewhat neglects the dramatic aspects for the spontaneous visuals. Deciding to live outside the law in order to love freely, bookseller Elodie and painter Sergei (an illegal exile from the former Yugoslavia) are credibly desperate. Voice: Page, G / Dragan, N / et al. Format: videos and DVDs.
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Author Barr, Jean-Luc
Subject Feature film or programme about cinema/films
Descript 1hr 40min
Note 1999 French film in French and English with English subtitles. The fifth film made under the auspices of Dogma 95, and the first to be directed by a non-Dane, it owes as much to the stylistic devices of the French New Wave as it does to Lars von Trier's much vaunted Vow of Chastity. However he somewhat neglects the dramatic aspects for the spontaneous visuals. Deciding to live outside the law in order to love freely, bookseller Elodie and painter Sergei (an illegal exile from the former Yugoslavia) are credibly desperate. Voice: Page, G / Dragan, N / et al. Format: videos and DVDs.
Author Barr, Jean-Luc
Subject Feature film or programme about cinema/films
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 Shoosmith Language Learning Centre  FREV 663  NOT FOR LOAN  LIB USE ONLY

Subject Feature film or programme about cinema/films
Descript 1hr 40min
Note 1999 French film in French and English with English subtitles. The fifth film made under the auspices of Dogma 95, and the first to be directed by a non-Dane, it owes as much to the stylistic devices of the French New Wave as it does to Lars von Trier's much vaunted Vow of Chastity. However he somewhat neglects the dramatic aspects for the spontaneous visuals. Deciding to live outside the law in order to love freely, bookseller Elodie and painter Sergei (an illegal exile from the former Yugoslavia) are credibly desperate. Voice: Page, G / Dragan, N / et al. Format: videos and DVDs.

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