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Traveling with Yoshitomo Nara (New People Artist Series Vol. 1) - Region 1 DVD

Directed by :
Sakabe Koji Sakabe Koji


Starring :
Nara Yoshitomo Nara Yoshitomo
Graf AtoZ Team Graf AtoZ Team


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3 years, 5 months ago at Sep 7 7:03
i like nara's work a lot. i just enjoy it. while questionable in the long history of art, its fun and for me thats enough. so when i saw this documentary i was surprised and i knew i wanted to see it. i had expectations then, which might cloud my judgement.

the truth is though that while this might be an amazing introduction, having already known his work there is not much to g... read more
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This film is about the journey that the artist Yoshitomo Nara took along with Hideki Toyoshima and graf AtoZ team, and the others who contributed to the creation of his exhibit AtoZ in Nara's hometown of Hirosaki, Japan. This personal documentary allows one to get a glimpse of the artist's nature, creation process, where Nara came from and where he stands now, plus valuable images of the never-to-be-seen-again fictitious town A to Z and allows one to relive it once again.
Manufacturer: Viz Pictures, Inc.
Release date: 15 September 2009
EAN: 0896911001164 UPC: 896911001164
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shawn tomorrow posted a review 3 years, 5 months ago

like extended outtakes

“i like nara's work a lot. i just enjoy it. while questionable in the long history of art, its fun and for me thats enough. so when i saw this documentary i was surprised and i knew i wanted to see it. i had expectations then, which might cloud my judgement.

the truth is though that while this might be an amazing introduction, having already known his work there is not much to gain here. thats unfortunate. and considering the extended access the filmmakers had to nara, its a missed opportunity.

much of the film follow nara around to this and that place. its hard to gather why we need to see these moments. sure its interesting to see the korean's who treat him as a rock star and follow him as a fan club. that is in fact unusual enough to dignify seeing. but, a” read more


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