R.I.P. Rest In Pieces: A Portrait of Joe Coleman: DVD

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R.I.P. Rest In Pieces is director Robert-Adrian Pejo's intimate portrait of painter Joe Coleman, who is known around the world as a shamanic, moral voice diagnosing the ills of 21st century America.

R.I.P. Rest In Pieces DVD

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Coleman holds nothing back, telling us of a world wracked with tumorous cities, perversion, divorce, violence, atomic bombs, and a human race destroying itself simply because we are born.

'A riveting examination of an artist who refuses to paint - or play - on the mainstream canvas... squirm-inducing.' -New York Post

'Joe Coleman is a great artist... he remains a true outsider, an outlaw.' -Jim Jarmusch

'His art is some of the best around these days.' -Robert Crumb

This special Disinformation Collector's Edition DVD of R.I.P. Rest In Pieces also contains these exclusive extras:
  • The Joe Coleman Opera - an amazingly intricate look at Joe's body of work
  • Film Diva Asia Argento on Joe's influence on her work and life
  • Outtakes from Joe performing the legendary autopsy in Budapest
  • Interviews with Joe and his photographer wife Whitney Ward
  • Scenes from Joe and Whitney's wonderfully weird wedding
  • Additional Information

    Author Robert-Adrian Pejo
    Publisher The Disinformation Company
    Page Count n/a
    Publication Size 5.5 x 7.5
    Publication Notes 112 mins., DVD
    Publication Date 2004
    ISBN 978-3865602800

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