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Japanese New-Wave Director Hiroshi Teshigahara as Renaissance Man (VIDEO)
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Viewing Hiroshi Teshigahara's 1965 short
, it's easy to get the impression that the filmmaker, like Scorsese or Godard, is obsessed with cinema itself, totally devoted to deciphering its language and developing its potential.
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I saw The Burmese Harp in the mid-1960s, during the Vietnam war, and one specific image stayed with me, so much so that I have used it several times in poems.
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