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This is the sixth book in Creation's highly-acclaimed Persistence of Vision film book series. Alejandro Jodorowsky remains one of cinema’s most controversial and influential film-makers. In 1968 his scandalous debut, Fando & Lis, caused a riot in Mexico, forcing the Chilean-born director into exile in France. The following year, his ultra-violent underground smash hitThis is the sixth book in Creation's highly-acclaimed Persistence of Vision film book series. Alejandro Jodorowsky remains one of cinema’s most controversial and influential film-makers. In 1968 his scandalous debut, Fando & Lis, caused a riot in Mexico, forcing the Chilean-born director into exile in France. The following year, his ultra-violent underground smash hit El Topo inagurated the Midnight Movie phenomenon, transforming its creator into a counter-culture icon championed by John Lennon and, latterly, Marilyn Manson. Anarchy and Alchemy features • Exclusive interviews • Rare images • Exhaustive chapters on all Jodorowsky’s films including the mesmerising cine-trip The Holy Mountain, the award-winning Oedipal circus show Santa Sangre • The aborted Dune project with Salvador Dali, Pink Floyd and H R Giger • Texts on Jodorowsky’s 60s terror-theatre outfit The Panic Movement • His world mime tour with Marcel Marceau • His graphic novel collaborations with Moebius...

Title : Anarchy and Alchemy: The Films of Alejandro Jodorowsky
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ISBN : 9781840681451
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 284 Pages
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Anarchy and Alchemy: The Films of Alejandro Jodorowsky Reviews

  • Joel
    2018-10-12 01:44

    i love his films & want to know about the guy behind holy mountain...

  • Jared Busch
    2018-09-21 03:56

    I spent the better of two weeks watching Jodorowsky films and reading this book. I don't believe I'll ever watch another again (ok, maybe El Topo). Fascinating stuff, but fucking insane.