“The governments will be forgotten but the masterpieces will remain.”
Author: Robert Keser
The world’s first Spherist masterpiece?
Angelopoulos to Zhu: “This is an artistic film. You wouldn’t like it.”
From Akerman to Zhu
“He’d fuck himself if he could”
Lust in translation
Bad day at Bedrock
The crowd has a thousand eyes
“See it without glasses!”
History takes a hike
It Came from New World Pictures!
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