This set brings together ten films by influential cult director Kenneth Anger and a documentary about him by Elio Gelminis. This compilation of his works comprises of: 'Fireworks' (1947), 'Puce Moment' (1949), 'Rabbit's Moon' (1950/1971), 'Eaux D'Artifice' (1953), 'Inaugaration of the Pleasure Dome' (1954), 'Scorpio Rising' (1964), 'Kustom Kar Kommandos' (1965), 'Invocation of My Demon Brother' (1969), 'Rabbit's Moon' (1979 version) and 'Lucifer's Rising' (1981).
No self-proclaimed film buff should be caught without this superb collection of dazzling, utterly mesmerising films. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Peter White
Mesmerising , sexy, challenging, cool, and violent if you have eyes, ears and brain you must see this once or twice . Watch it with the sound loud and again with the sound off . Read morePublished 6 months ago by Paul Scene
Very happy! Great édition as always with this terrific editor: BFI is the best! simply.Published 7 months ago by Amazon clientèle
One can only imagine the lyrical masterpieces Kenneth Anger could have made if it weren't for lack of expenses. What survives of his many incomplete projects is pure visual poetry. Read morePublished 18 months ago by DJM
The short movies on this DVD are very interesting from a historical poin of view. They are time documents but sometimes a bit hard to followPublished 23 months ago by Sven Lundberg