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Kristina Talking Pictures (1976)

EE.UU.. Drama/Experimental. 90 minutos
Título Original: Kristina Talking Pictures
Director: Yvonne Rainer
Intérpretes: Bert Barr, Frances Barth, James Barth, Blondell Cummings, Janet Froelich, Epp Kotkas, Kate Parker, Ivan Rainer, Yvonne Rainer
Formato: DVD  Calidad: DVD
Idioma: Inglés   Subtítulos: No
Link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0074763

When Yvonne Rainer made her first feature-length film in 1972, she had already influenced the world of dance and choreography for nearly a decade. From the beginning of her film career she inspired audiences to think about what they saw, interweaving the real and fictional, the personal and political, the concrete and abstract in imaginative, unpredictable ways. Her bold feminist sensibility and often controversial subject matter, leavened with a quirky humor, has made her, as the Village Voice dubbed her in 1986, “The most influential American avant-garde filmmaker of the past dozen years, with an impact as evident in London or Berlin as in New York.”

In Kristina Talking Pictures (1976) Rainer continued her preoccupation with the contradictions between public and private personas with this story of a female lion tamer from Budapest who comes to New York to become a choreographer.