Jean-Daniel Pollet

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Οnly a few modern filmmakers managed to capture in their images the notion of Greekness with the passion, the accuracy and the coherence of Jean-Daniel Pollet, who explores and reveals an unknown Greece: Bassae, A Bullet Through the Heart, Imagine Robinson Crusoe, Order (about Spinalonga), Three Days in Greece, Nikos Kazantzakis… Greece, the Greek light and the Mediterranean as a landscape of intellectual wandering and self-knowledge, become for Pollet an “inexhaustible homeland”. This book-research is paying tribute to and brings to the spotlight a cryptic poet, the great yet forgotten artist of the post-war European cinema. Michel Demopulos writes in his introductory text: “Pollet is now one of the few filmmakers who insist on a cinema of poetry, a unique, lonesome meteor, who tries to connect the body with the spirit, the manual intervention with the vision”. An insightful and rare monograph edited by Roberto Turigliano and Michel Demopoulos.

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