La Révolution n'est pas qu'un Début. Continuons


Time Out says

The iconic French actor Pierre Clémenti, who died a pauper in Brazil in 2002 after a failed cinema venture, directed this self-declared manifesto for permanent revolution, spontaneous creation and poetry on the streets of Paris during the tumultuous period of May '68 in all its psychedelic glory. Closest perhaps in spirit to what one might expect from a radicalised cinema of the time, this was not a formally signed-up Zanzibar title but Clémenti was certainly a fellow traveller. (For an introduction to Zanzibar films and the 'Dandies of '68' see the review of Deux Fois.

By: GE


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30 mins

Cast and crew

Pierre Clémenti
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