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Tally Brown, New York

Directed by Rosa von Praunheim
West Germany, 1978


Documentary about Tally Brown, one of the distinguished figures of New York’s “underground” of the sixties and seventies, as a singer and actress, including the Living Theatre. In the sixties, she made three movies withWarhol and participated in “The Illiac Passion” by Gregory J. Markopoulos.

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Tally Brown, New York Directed by Rosa von Praunheim

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  • josé neves's rating of the film Tally Brown, New York

    3,5. A most just portrait of a personality and a city, inextricably linked. One can again point to Praunheim his formal "minority", since he's the least interested filmmaker in an idea of narrator formality, but it would be a mistake not to consider this film as a magnanimous exemple, and sometimes magnificent, of a portrait, double and concomitant. With a beautiful grain, appropriate to memory.

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