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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 16 Sep 1997 14:17:03 -0500
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        Is the film *Carl Th. Dreyer, My Metier* (Torben Skojdt-Jensen,
1995) available in an English version in the United States, and if so,
from whom?
                               William Lafferty
Department of Theatre Arts                           [log in to unmask]
Wright State University                           office (937) 775-4581 or 3072
Dayton, OH  45435-0001  USA                            facsimile (937) 775-3787
"The universe was once conceived almost as a vast preserve, landscaped for
heroes, plotted to provide them the appropriate adventures.  The rules were
known and respected, the adversaries honorable, the oracles articulate and
precise as the directives of a six-lane parkway.  Errors of weakness or vanity
led, with measured momentum, to the tragedy which resolved everything.  Today,
the rules are ambiguous, the adversary is concealed in aliases, the oracles
broadcast a babble of contradictions."
                                  --- Maya Deren, from her notes for *At Land*
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