L'Histoire du Cinéma 16 (1982) Jean-Jacques Rousseau

L'Histoire du Cinéma 16 (1982)
Genre: Absurd Social Drama Action Kung Fu WTF
Country: Belgium | Director: Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Language: French | Subtitles: English (.srt file)
Aspect ratio: 1.33:1 | Length: 59mn
Dvdrip H264 Mp4 - 749x574 - 25fps - 551mb

Jean-Jacques Rousseau was a Belgian absurdist independent film director. He shot his films with very small budgets (€2000 to 2500 per film) and used unknown or non-professional actors. He called himself the director of the absurd and always fiercely protected his anonymity by masking his face during his public appearances. He shot over 50 films making him one of Belgium's most prolific film directors.
 L'Histoire du Cinéma 16 (1982) 

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1 Response to "L'Histoire du Cinéma 16 (1982) Jean-Jacques Rousseau"

  1. Mac says:

    Man... How did you find this movie? Wonderful!

    I really hope that someday I will see more films from Rousseau, purely insane! Thanks!!!

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