regarding Max Tessier and others
Thu Apr 26 12:22:59 EDT 2001
He is in fact a major contributor to expanding the fame of japanese cinema.
If anyone speaks french (you never know!), he published an beautifully
illustrated book 10 years ago that is still available:
As far as i know, he still writes as a critic.
Another important essay on japanese cinema was published during the 80's by
Gallimard/Cahier du Cin?ma. The author is No?l Burch.
Thanks for all the bibliographical information.
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>Subject: KINEJAPAN digest 410
>Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2001 00:16:55 EDT
> KINEJAPAN Digest 410
>Topics covered in this issue include:
> 1) Re: KINEJAPAN digest 409
> by "Christophe CRISON" <ccrison at hotmail.com>
> 2) Nihon Eiga no hon
> by "Jasper Sharp" <jasper_sharp at hotmail.com>
> 3) Re: Nihon Eiga no hon
> by Bernardi-Buralli <dburall1 at rochester.rr.com>
> 4) Re: Nihon Eiga no hon
> by Jonathan Crow <jonccrow at pacbell.net>
> 5) Tokyo Story VCD Mystery
> by Michael Kerpan <kerpan at attglobal.net>
> 6) Hotaru and other novels
> by Aaron Gerow <gerow at ynu.ac.jp>
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