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"Jason T. Congdon" <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 21 Oct 1994 12:49:14 -0400
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On Fri, 21 Oct 1994, Shawn Levy wrote:
 
> I've actually taught "Tetsuo" in my Cyberpunk Film course at Portland
> State U., and it has blown my students' minds.  The most crowded 60 or so
> minutes they'd ever seen.  The director -- Shinya Tsukamoto -- made a
> "Tetsuo 2," accoring to one of my more intense (but reliable) students,
> but it's only available as a Japanese import, far as we could determine.
>
>                         |"I'm a multi-faceted, talented, wealthy,
>       Shawn Levy        | internationally famous genius.  I have an
>   [log in to unmask]   | IQ of over 190.  People don't like that."
>                         |                       -- Jerry Lewis
 
SHAWN:
 
I saw Tetsuo a couple of weeks ago and found it exceptional, i
loved it especially for its visual intensity.  Can you (or anybody else)
recommend anything else which night stimulate along the same lines?
 
Tkanks!
 
Jason
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