A brainy sex flick with a sense of humor, the film begins with a narrator/mummy who guides us through a number of vignettes promising to show what some of us go through in the pursuit of ... See full summary »
At once wryly comedic travelogue and heartbreaking tale of love lost, THE JAPANESE SANDMAN is a visual interpretation of a letter William Burroughs' wrote to Allen Ginsberg in 1953, ... See full summary »
time-based visual demonstration of WSB's textual technique
I saw this about ten years ago, and I wish I could find it again. I enjoy Burroughs's writing quite a bit, and it makes sense that he would be drawn into an experimental film. For most people, his involvement would be the main reason to watch this. There's not really anything to give away about the plot. Regardless, I only recall certain moments. If you like his writing and the sound of his voice then you shouldn't be disappointed.
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