The Charles Bukowski Tapes

Date de sortie 01/01/1987 (04h00) Titre original The Charles Bukowski Tapes Réalisé par Barbet Schroeder Avec Charles Bukowski , Barbet Schroeder Genre Documentaire Nationalité États-Unis

Critique Ecran Large


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Synopsis The Charles Bukowski Tapes

The Charles Bukowski Tapes are an altogether more than four hours long collection of 52 short-interviews with the American cult author Charles Bukowski, sorted by topic and each between one and ten minutes long. Director Barbet Schroeder (Barfly) interviews Bukowski about such themes as alcohol, violence, and women, and Bukowski answers willingly, losing himself in sometimes minute-long monologues. Amongst other things, Bukowski leads the small camera team through his parents’ house and his former neighbourhood, but the largest part of the interviews takes place in Bukowski’s flat or backyard. The documentary includes a scene in which Bukowski reacts violently toward his wife Linda Lee.

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