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Level five [videorecording] / Argos Films ; avec la participation de Canal+, Coficiné et du Centre national de la cinématographie ; avec le soutien de la Procirep et en coproduction avec la Sept Cinéma ; Les Films de l'Astrophore et Argos-Films présentent ; un film de Chris Marker ; et de Karedas
DVD/Video | Icarus Films Home Video | 2014
Available at PAS Allendale Branch DVD (LEV) plus 2 more

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PAS Allendale Branch DVD LEV Available 39009056253525
PAS Central Library DVD LEV Available 39009056113364
PAS La Pintoresca Branch DVD LEV Available 39009056253517
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Description
1 videodisc (106 min.) : sound, color and black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
two-dimensional moving image tdi rdacontent
video v rdamedia
videodisc vd rdacarrier
Physical Medium
DVD video 4 3/4 in. rda
Description
digital optical mono Dolby Digital 1.0 rda
laser optical NTSC rda
video file DVD video region 1 rda
System Details
DVD, NTSC, region 1; 1.33:1 screen ratio; mono.
Language
French dialogue with English subtitles.
Cast
Catherine Belkhodja, Nagisa Oshima, Kenji Tokitsu, Ju'nichi Ushiyama, Shigeaki Kinjo.
Credits
Cinematography, Gérard de Battista, Yves Angelo ; sound and music, Michel Krasna.
Note
DVD release of the 1996 motion picture.
Summary
"...a hallucinatory visual essay, half documentary, half fiction, on memory, tragedy, and early digital culture. A woman (Catherine Belkodja), haunted by the loss of her lover, works on programming a video game about World War II's Battle of Okinawa. Melding retro-futuristic sci-fi imagery and reflections on traumas in Japanese history into a provocative visual and philosophical puzzle, Level Five 'belongs equally to the past, the present and the future...'"--Container
Note
Guide includes essay by Christophe Chazalon.
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Note
Superimposed on title during title frame: Level 5
Standard No.
854565001718
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