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Kristina Talking Pictures (1976)

Kristina, a self-named Hungarian female lion tamer, arrives in New York to become a dance choreographer. Kristina, now a middle-class NYC artist concerned about the environment, has a ... See full summary »

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Bert Barr ...
Bert
Frances Barth ...
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James Barth ...
James
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Blondell Cummings ...
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Janet Froelich ...
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Epp Kotkas ...
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Kate Parker ...
Kristina
Ivan Rainer ...
Raoul
Yvonne Rainer ...
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Kristina, a self-named Hungarian female lion tamer, arrives in New York to become a dance choreographer. Kristina, now a middle-class NYC artist concerned about the environment, has a sailor lover named Raoul. The film, a collage work, an essay film, a fictional narrative and a documentary all rolled into one, is one of the most important independent American feminists films made during the 1970's. Written by thustlebird

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