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Alain Robbe-Grillet: Six Films 1964-1974 Alain Robbe-Grillet: Six Films 1964-1974

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Perhaps best known as the writer of Alain Resnais’ classic cine-conundrum Last Year of Marienbad, Alain Robbe-Grillet was also the director a number of stylish, controversial and erotic films

RRP £49.99


Perhaps best known as the writer of Alain Resnais’ classic cine-conundrum Last Year of Marienbad, Alain Robbe-Grillet was also the director a number of stylish, controversial and erotic films

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Perhaps best known as the writer of Alain Resnais’ classic cine-conundrum Last Year of Marienbad, Alain Robbe-Grillet was also the director a number of stylish, controversial and erotic films which starred such icons of French cinema as Jean-Louis Trintignant (Haneke’s Amour, Bertolucci’s The Conformist), Marie-France Pisier (Truffaut’s Stolen Kisses and Bed and Board) and Isabelle Huppert (Claire Denis’ White Material, Haneke’s Amour).

Impossible to see for decades, these enigmatic, sexually-charged films have now been collected together for the very first time, and are made available here in beautifully remastered High Definition presentations, with extra features including video introductions by Catherine Robbe-Grillet, filmed interviews with Alain Robbe-Grillet by Frederic Taddei, and newly-recorded, exclusive feature-length commentaries by cult cinema authority Tim Lucas.

This 5-Disc DVD box set includes: The Immortal One (1964), Trans-Europ Express (1967), The Man Who Lies (1968), Eden and After (1970), N. Rolls the Dice (1971) and Successive Slidings Into Pleasure (1974).

 

Contents:
• All six films digitally remastered in High Definition
• Video introductions by Catherine Robbe-Grillet
• Filmed interviews with Alain Robbe-Grillet by Frederic Taddei
• Exclusive, full-length audio commentaries by Tim Lucas
• Illustrated booklet with extended essay by David Taylor; full film credits

Trans-Europ Express is as challenging and influential again today as it was in the 1960s – a key text of the post-war European avant-garde. But it is, above all, as an enjoyable and witty movie that this film has remained a classic.’
Senses of Cinema

Perhaps best known as the writer of Alain Resnais’ classic cine-conundrum Last Year of Marienbad, Alain Robbe-Grillet was also the director a number of stylish, controversial and erotic films which starred such icons of French cinema as Jean-Louis Trintignant (Haneke’s Amour, Bertolucci’s The Conformist), Marie-France Pisier (Truffaut’s Stolen Kisses and Bed and Board) and Isabelle Huppert (Claire Denis’ White Material, Haneke’s Amour).

Impossible to see for decades, these enigmatic, sexually-charged films have now been collected together for the very first time, and are made available here in beautifully remastered High Definition presentations, with extra features including video introductions by Catherine Robbe-Grillet, filmed interviews with Alain Robbe-Grillet by Frederic Taddei, and newly-recorded, exclusive feature-length commentaries by cult cinema authority Tim Lucas.

This 5-Disc DVD box set includes: The Immortal One (1964), Trans-Europ Express (1967), The Man Who Lies (1968), Eden and After (1970), N. Rolls the Dice (1971) and Successive Slidings Into Pleasure (1974).

 

Contents:
• All six films digitally remastered in High Definition
• Video introductions by Catherine Robbe-Grillet
• Filmed interviews with Alain Robbe-Grillet by Frederic Taddei
• Exclusive, full-length audio commentaries by Tim Lucas
• Illustrated booklet with extended essay by David Taylor; full film credits

Trans-Europ Express is as challenging and influential again today as it was in the 1960s – a key text of the post-war European avant-garde. But it is, above all, as an enjoyable and witty movie that this film has remained a classic.’
Senses of Cinema

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SKU 5035673020005
Catalogue Number BFIV2000
Year 1963 - 1974 (DVD: 30th June 2014)
Director Robbe-Grillet, Alain
Publisher(s) BFI
Format DVD
Countries France
Subtitles English
Language(s) French
Running time 497 mins
DVD region 2
Certificate 18

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