Philippe Garrel x 2: I Can No Longer Hear The Guitar / Emergency Kisses (2-DVD) (French, Subtitled in English)

Philippe Garrel x 2: I Can No Longer Hear The
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DVD Features:

  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Run Time: 3 hours, 1 minutes
  • Video: Black & White / Color
  • Released:
  • Originally Released: 2009
  • Label: Zeitgeist Films
  • 2-Disc Set
  • Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
  • Packaging: Keep Case
  • Aspect Ratio: Letterbox - 1.66
  • Audio:
    • Dolby Digital - French
    • Subtitles - English

Disc 1: I Can No Longer Hear The Guitar / J'Entends Plus La Guitare

  • Additional Release Material:
    • Trailers:
      1. Original French Trailer For Garrel's Regular Lovers
  • Text/Photo Galleries:
    • Additional Text:
      1. French Press Book Excerpts
      2. Jean-Luc Godard Handwritten Letter
  • Additional Products:
    • Vintage Lobby Cards

Disc 2: Emergency Kisses / Les Baisers De Secours

  • Additional Release Material:
    • Documentary:
      1. Philippe Garrel, Artiste - 1999
  • Text/Photo Galleries:
    • Additional Text:
      1. French Press Book Excerpts
      2. Leos Carax Note, Filmmaker
  • Additional Products:
    • Vintage Lobby Cards

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Product Description:

In 2005, after his films were long unavailable in the U.S., French auteur Philippe Garrel drew widespread critical acclaim with his first stateside release Regular Lovers (starring one of France's hottest young actors, his son Louis Garrel of The Dreamers). Now, Zeitgeist is proud to present two of his most important works together on DVD for the first time-I Can No Longer Hear the Guitar and Emergency Kisses. Crafted in a poetic, meditative style, these two films are marvelous examples of Garrel's eloquent, incisive studies of love, and are an essential acquisition for the cinephile.

I Can No Longer Hear the Guitar (J'entends plus la guitare, 1991) is Garrel's haunting tribute to his ten-year relationship with the iconic German chanteuse Nico. Johannater Steege (The Vanishing) plays Marianne, the doomed lover of Gérard (Benoît Régent, Three Colors: Blue). Caught in a self-destructive heroin haze, they drift together and apart as Gérard struggles with his simultaneous desire for and repulsion towards a stable life.

In the tender and heartbreaking Emergency Kisses (Les Baisers de secours, 1989), the entire Garrel clan steps in front of the camera as versions of themselves- Philippe, father Maurice, then-wife Brigitte Sy, and five-year-old Louis (The Dreamers, Love Songs) in his first screen role. When a philandering film director refuses to cast his stage actress wife in a role largely based on her, the couple begins to wrestle with their conflicting philosophies on art and life.

Product Description:

In 2005, after his films were long unavailable in the U.S., French auteur Philippe Garrel drew widespread critical acclaim with his first stateside release Regular Lovers (starring one of France's hottest young actors, his son Louis Garrel of The Dreamers). Now, Zeitgeist is proud to present two of his most important works together on DVD for the first time-I Can No Longer Hear the Guitar and Emergency Kisses. Crafted in a poetic, meditative style, these two films are marvelous examples of Garrel's eloquent, incisive studies of love, and are an essential acquisition for the cinephile.
I Can No Longer Hear the Guitar (J'entends plus la guitare, 1991) is Garrel's haunting tribute to his ten-year relationship with the iconic German chanteuse Nico. Johannater Steege (The Vanishing) plays Marianne, the doomed lover of Gérard (Benoît Régent, Three Colors: Blue). Caught in a self-destructive heroin haze, they drift together and apart as Gérard struggles with his simultaneous desire for and repulsion towards a stable life.
In the tender and heartbreaking Emergency Kisses (Les Baisers de secours, 1989), the entire Garrel clan steps in front of the camera as versions of themselves- Philippe, father Maurice, then-wife Brigitte Sy, and five-year-old Louis (The Dreamers, Love Songs) in his first screen role. When a philandering film director refuses to cast his stage actress wife in a role largely based on her, the couple begins to wrestle with their conflicting philosophies on art and life.

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Actors | Directors | Families | Family Interaction | Family Life | Film About Film | Filmmakers | Infidelity | Live-Action | Marriage | Relationships

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