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Uploaded on Oct 15, 2010
Excerpt from the film Poet on the Lower East Side: A Docu-Diary on Allen Ginsberg, a Facets Video release. Directed by Gyula Gazdag For more info or to order this film, visit http://www.facetsdvd.com/product-p/dv... or contact email@example.com.
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A week in the life of Allen Ginsberg spent with Hungarian writer, poet, and translator Istvan Eorsi, and a small camera crew in the streets of New York. Sharing thoughtful discussions with the famed American Beat poet, Eorsi himself was known for his sarcastic, often abrasive style and passionately held political views on revisionist Marxism and the 1956 Hungarian revolution, for which he was subsequently jailed. Eorsi died of leukemia in 2005, but his transnational engagement with the poetry is kept alive in this documentary. "Vivid, funny, and filled with all manner of spontaneous poetry."