Poetry in Motion

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Released 1982

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With Charles Bukowski articulating the everyman view that poetry is irrelevant, self-indulgent, dull and nonsensical, two dozen North American poets -- including Allen Ginsberg -- provide the counterpoint with stirring interpretations of their words. William S. Burroughs, Anne Waldman and Jim Carroll are among the other hipster bards on hand in this impressive anthology of recitations. Also included is a brief interview with director Ron Mann.
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Arts, Documentary

Themes

Theater, Performance Art & Spoken Word