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Ratings & Reviews

  1. José Neves's rating of the film Forest of Oppression - A Record of the Struggle at Takasaki City

    16mm. It will be difficult to find, except perhaps with Masao Adachi and Kazuo Hara and, in the West, Marker, Hurwitz, Ivens and Emile de Antonio, such ideological interiority and such formalistic sincerity in the act of portraying, and to inhabit inwardly what was then sought: a (the) revolution. Understanding a portrait with the same kinetic, anti-normative sense of what is seen, is the product of a great thinker.