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Sekigun-P.F.L.P: Sekai sensô sengen, Documentary, 1971 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Red Army/PFLP: Declaration of World War
  • Déclaration de guerre mondiale: armée rouge, front de libération palestinie (France)
  • Armata Rossa. Dichiarazione della guerra mondiale (Italy)

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Lateef NO

2013-03-17 21:19

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ingo DE

2013-03-17 21:54

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A documentary about the "Black September" 1970? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_September_in_Jordan

Lateef NO

2013-03-17 21:56

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Quote In 1971, Koji Wakamatsu and Masao Adachi, both having ties to the Japanese Red Army, stopped in Palestine on their way home from the Cannes festival. There they caught up with notorious JRA ex-pats Fusako Shigenobu (see “Jasmine on the Muzzle,” Bidoun 17 Flowers) and Mieko Toyama in training camps to create a newsreel-style agit-prop film based off of the “landscape theory” (fűkeiron) that Adachi and Wakamatsu had developed. The theory, most evident at work in A.K.A. Serial Killer (1969), aimed to move the emphasis of film from situations to landscapes as expression of political and economical power relations.

In 1974 Adachi left Japan and committed himself to the Palestinian Revolution and linked up with the Japan Red Army. His activities thereafter were not revealed until he was arrested and imprisoned in 1997 in Lebanon. In 2001 Adachi was extradited to Japan, and after two years of imprisonment, he was released and subsequently published Cinema/Revolution [Eiga/Kakumei], an auto-biographical account of his life.

sixcyl FR

2013-03-18 22:35

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