Fred Ward was an American actor known for parts in films such as (1990), a film I enjoyed immensely and Miami Blues (1990), which is nearly as good as Tremors Miami Blues.
Miami Blues, full film, Fred Ward is Sgt. Hoke Moseley
Danton (1983) by Andrzej Wajda
Jerzy Trela was a Polish actor. He was Billaud-Varenne in (1983). Danton
(1967). Call of the Valley
Shivkumar Sharma was an Indian classical musician and santoor player best known outside of his country for the album Call of the Valley (1967).
Jeroen Brouwers was a Dutch writer known for such novels as (1981). Sunken Red
Sunken Red, Cassiers play.
Sunken Red (1981) is the story of the author locked up with his mother in a Japanese concentration camp.
Published after the death of his mother, it is a reflection of the coping process of his years in these Japanese internment camps.
Guy Cassiers directed a play based on the English translation of the book. It starred Dirk Roofthooft.
VICE documentary on Metinides
Enrique Metinides was a Mexican photojournalist working for the nota roja tabloids, producing pictures of murders and accidents such as “Adela Legarreta Rivas is struck by a white Datsun on Avenida Chapultepec, Mexico City, 29 April 1979” (1979).
This happened in 2021 but I only just found out, while I was researching the hippie film
Escalation of the previous dead person.
Richard Rush was an American film director known for films such as Psych-Out (1968).
Lino Capolicchio was an Italian actor, screenwriter, and director known for performances in such films as (1968), Escalation The Garden of the Finzi-Continis (1970) and The House with Laughing Windows (1976).
Opening scene to Escalation, a film qualifiable as the Italian version of The Trip . Lino is the young man on the bicycle.
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Nuits de la Fondation Maeght (1970) with Albert Ayler
Allen Blairman was an American jazz drummer best known for his recording with Albert Ayler and Mal Waldron known. He is known for such recordings as (1970) with Albert Ayler. Nuits de la Fondation Maeght
“Tango-Saty” is on the Daily Fingertracks
Klaus Schulze was a German composer and musician, a pioneer in electronic music. Briefly a member of the Krautrock bands Tangerine Dream, Ash Ra Tempel, and the Cosmic Jokers he launched a solo career consisting of more than 60 albums.
“Ttransfer Station Blue”, scrub to 3:40 to find the fragment that DJ Harvey has been known to play.
In my universe he is known for such compositions as “
Tango-Saty” (1983) and “ Transfer Station Blue” (1984).
Angst. Check that film.
He also composed soundtracks for films such as
Susan Jacks was a Canadian singer-songwriter, known for her vocal performance on such songs as “ Shadows on My Wall” (1969).
“Shadows on My Wall”