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Author Topic: Tropic of Cancer / Death in Haiti (Lomi & Mulargia, 1972)  (Read 28276 times)

Jeffrey

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Re: Tropic of Cancer / Death in Haiti (Lomi & Mulargia, 1972)
« Reply #105 on: 03 Apr 2013 - 13:01 »

How great for you to know Anita and that you've taken a documentary interest in her.  I watch her films over and over.  I will keep an ear open of any future releases.  Please pass on my thanks to Ms. Strindberg for being such a ground breaking, no holds barred, beautiful woman of the 70's.
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Re: Tropic of Cancer / Death in Haiti (Lomi & Mulargia, 1972)
« Reply #106 on: 03 Apr 2013 - 18:23 »

If Anita's up for interviews how come she's never appeared on any dvd releases? NoShame released a couple of her films and didn't do interviews with her and the same with Camera Obscura. Has she just not wanted to conduct interviews until now?
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Re: Tropic of Cancer / Death in Haiti (Lomi & Mulargia, 1972)
« Reply #107 on: 03 Apr 2013 - 20:45 »

If Anita's up for interviews how come she's never appeared on any dvd releases? NoShame released a couple of her films and didn't do interviews with her and the same with Camera Obscura. Has she just not wanted to conduct interviews until now?
Maybe no one's contacted her or she was too hard to locate?
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Re: Tropic of Cancer / Death in Haiti (Lomi & Mulargia, 1972)
« Reply #108 on: 04 Apr 2013 - 12:46 »

Could be.  A while back, I've seen a message regarding knowing Anita posted on another site, not sure if it's the same person here.
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Re: Tropic of Cancer / Death in Haiti (Lomi & Mulargia, 1972)
« Reply #109 on: 04 Apr 2013 - 13:38 »

First,wow my compliments for knowing her!!
Maybe camera obscura can released soon  a movie with her and make her interview as en extra.
Anyway it will be a dream to have a documentary about her carrer,she made such interesting movies,the dream would be camera obscura releasing Lizard's in a woman's skin with an interview with anita !!!
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