4 NEW TITLES ON DVD PAL BY BORIS LEHMAN

NEW DVDS FOR SALE AT THE COOP!!! We are very excited to announce that we have many NEW PAL DVDS FOR SALE for individual/home-use! Among the 42 new titles:

4 NEW TITLES ON DVD PAL BY BORIS LEHMAN

“BABEL/LETTER TO MY FRIENDS WHO STAYED IN BELGIUM” (1983-1991) DVD PAL, Color, 380 min

Babel / Letter to my Friends who Stayed in Belgium narrates the day-to-day existence of a filmmaker wandering through his city (Brussels) and who has a notion to follow in the footsteps of dramatist Antonin Artaud and visit the Tarahumara people of Mexico. This is a film about intimacy and friendship. Contains the entire film on 3 DVDs, the 160-page book and the poster.

DVD PAL Sale: $62.00 Individual Home-Use Only
“STORY OF MY HAIR (ON THE SHORTNESS OF LIFE)” (2011) DVD PAL, Color, 91 min”The story of my hair can be told in two lines. My hair was long and black. It has turned white. It hasn’t been cut since 1982, almost thirty years ago. Story of my Hair is a journey, both in space and in time. Anyone looking for truths, whether geographical, scientific or historical, will be disappointed…”
DVD PAL Sale: $32.00 Individual Home-Use Only

“LIFE LESSON” (1995) DVD PAL, Color, 105 min

“To attain knowledge, man and woman had to be willing to give up their innocence,” says Boris Lehman. Life Lesson is a poetic and philosophic reflection on the theme of paradise lost. Some fifty persons illustrate the planet’s convulsions and the world’s vacillations. Trying to communicate, to commune with the invisible, they cry out, sing out, give out messages, each in their own way, in their own state of solitude. – Philippe Simon
DVD PAL Sale: $32.00 Individual Home-Use Only

“LOOKING FOR MY BIRTHPLACE” (1990) DVD PAL, Color, 75 min

Film director Boris Lehman returns, after 44 years, to Lausanne, where he was born in 1944, at the end of the war. He only lived there one year. His parents were Jews who had sought refuge in Belgium when the Nazis seized power in Poland. Forced to flee from Belgium during the German occupation, they had reached neutral Switzerland after a clandestine journey across France. Boris Lehman remembers nothing of all this. His parents are dead, all witnesses have disappeared. Armed with only a few documents and photographs found in a cardboard box, he wanders through Lausanne, searching for signs that would evoke his presence, his early life, the evidence of his very existence.
DVD PAL Sale: $32.00 Individual Home-Use Only

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Still from Boris Lehman’s “Story of My Hair (On the Shortness of Life” (2011)

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