It Felt Like a Kiss: The Film

Tuesday 15 December 2009, 13:39

Adam Curtis Adam Curtis

I've been asked to put the film from the It Felt Like a Kiss show back up. So here it is.

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    Comment number 1.

    Does this mean the It Felt Like A Kiss show will be back for another run? I do remember you mentioning the possibility of staging in London (and perhaps Moscow???). Anyway, I love this film, so thanks for the upload

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    Comment number 2.

    back for another run? Juan Neira do you mean like a show or to re-air the program? Well anyways I really loved this one although "The Power of Nightmares", "The Century of Self" and "The Trap - What Happened to Our Dreams of Freedom" are on my top 5 documentary series list.

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    Comment number 3.

    Plato: I was referring to the show created by the theatre group Punchdrunk and Mr. Curtis, which had a brief run in this year's Manchester festival. As far as I'm aware, the It Felt Like A Kiss film has never been "aired"; the only place you can watch it is here.

    And yes,this is a really wonderful documentary, like all the others. I recommend you to check out some of his older material:"Pandora's Box", which is a fable about the age of science, and the "The Mayfair Set", which is just wonderful and which sheds some light on the current economic crisis. The ending in particular has turned out to be startingly prophetic.

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    Comment number 4.

    Juan Neira: thanks for the clarification

    I should have some time today to watch them, but I'll still have to find them. Thanks again

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    Comment number 5.

    I discover this year all your very good documentary, "the century of the self", "the power of nightmares" or "the trap", etc...all are very good journalist work. And I would like to warmly thanks you for that.

    As you are interesting in analysis and understanding evolution of individual and society. I would like to recommend you the research work of Emmanuel Todd http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emmanuel_Todd specially his initial book on this topic "Explanation of Ideology: Family Structure & Social System"

    I will not try to make a summary of it, but I really think his research could be of great help in your work...

    Hope it could helps,

    Thanks again
    h.

 

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