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Special features: New interview with Roeg and producer Jeremy Thomas; new interview with Theresa Russell; original theatrical trailer; gallery of behind-the-scenes production photos and original posters; a new essay by film historian Richard Combs and a reprinted interview with Art Garfunkel, from 1980. 122 min. It is neither good nor bad and it assists or maintains the action of the Reproductive (janaka) Karma in the course of one’s lifetime.

Pages: 288

Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press; Reprint edition (September 1, 1992)

ISBN: 0801845092

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