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Shawn Levy <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 11 Jun 1997 22:02:09 -0700
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Don't overlook "Tetsuo:  The Iron Man," a shortish Japanese feature about
sex, machinery, transformation and unbearable industrial noises...
At 02:56 PM 6/11/97 -0400, you wrote:
>in connection with a piece on CRASH, I am surveying various pre-fascist and
>fascist art movements which were preoccupied with machinery. I have cited the
>Italian futurists specifically. Does anyone know of any other movements,
>artists, et cetera
>that might be applicable? Especially, does anyone recall the English
>Vorticists -- Wyndham Lewis, et al, as I remember -- and if this movement had
>fascist leanings?
>Collateral question. I recall that there was a prefascist movement of German
>rightwing youth called the FREIKORPS, also have a vague memory that a writer
>named Theiwilligkeit ??? wrote an overview of this organization. Also that
>there have been references to the "armored male body" which came up in a
>piece a while back about THE TERMINATOR and similar films.
>Help on these issues greatly appreciated.
>HR Greenberg MD  endit
>Online resources for film/TV studies may be found at ScreenSite
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