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Remembrances from the life of America’s foremost experimental filmmaker

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  1. […] for some historical backround on this particular film, Roy Frumkes just put online an interview he conducted with Anger back in 1997 for the magazine Films in Review. And it’s an extremely […]

  2. Ken, I love you – but what a buncha horseshit about the stolen film and “cyanide-laced grass.” But imagination like that is why we love him!

    I’m sure he didn’t shoot much more than “Invocation…” and anyway, that was FAR from a joke and is as beautiful and weird as anything he’s done. Still, fun story and a great interview.

  3. well Roy I am glad to have the chance to read this one again, as we both have had our time with the Dark One….however we are also both very aware that not everything he says is accurate and yet it is his perception of that reality at the time you speak with him….I have read some recent ones that are very intelligent and well thought out responses to his work as he remembers doing it. It is a miracle he has survived to this point in any case….I am saving my final thoughts until the time when he is really gone forever and then we can rethink the whole matter yet again….

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