Saturday, May 24, 2008

Selected media resources by Shuji Terayama on the ed2k-network



Please download and install eMule to be able to access the media resources referenced below...

For more information on Terayama, you can check the Wikipedia article.

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Throw Away Your Books, Rally in the Streets! (1971)

書を捨てよ、町へ出よう




ed2k: CD1.avi
ed2k: CD2.avi

ed2k: English subtitles.CD1.srt
ed2k: English subtitles.CD2.srt

ed2k: Russian subtitles.CD1.srt
ed2k: Russian subtitles.CD2.srt

ed2k: Chinese subtitles.rar

Teenage angst pastiche from the late 60es - early 70es...



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Pastoral hide-and-seek (1974)

田園に死す





ed2k: Pastoral.avi
ed2k: English subtitles.srt
ed2k: Russian subtitles.srt
ed2k: Chinese subtitles.rar

Terayama's definitive poetic masterpiece, a tour-de-force of magic realism.


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Farewell to the Ark (1984)

さらば箱舟





ed2k: CD1.avi
ed2k: CD2.avi

ed2k: English subtitles.CD1.srt
ed2k: English subtitles.CD2.srt

ed2k: Russian subtitles.CD1.srt
ed2k: Russian subtitles.CD2.srt

ed2k: Chinese subtitles.rar

A very liberal and seriously stunning adaptation of Cien años de soledad by Gabriel García Márquez.



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Video Letter (1983)

寺山修司&谷川俊太郎ビデオ・レター





ed2k: Video Letter.avi
ed2k: English subtitles.srt
ed2k: booklet.djvu

Terayama's poetic, witty and poignant video-correspondence with Tanikawa Shuntarō.




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Photothèque imaginaire de Shuji Terayama - Les gens de la famille Chien Dieu

寺山修司・幻想写真館・犬神家の人々




ed2k: phototeque.rar

Terayama's volume of photography.




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Keywords: Shuji Terayama, Tenjo Sajiki, Shuntaro Tanikawa, J. A. Seazer, Japanese New Wave, avant-garde, subversive, poetry, folklore, erotic, counter-culture, psychedelic, cinema, theater, photo, photography, Japan, Tokyo, Aomori, Shinjuku, 寺山修司, 天井桟敷; P2P, MPEG4, subtitles, film, movie; Тераяма, Тэраяма, Сюдзи, Щуджи, Япония, кино, русские субтитры.

6 comments:

sarmoung said...

Wow, these all look rather wonderful and if I could establish whether emule, or other equivalent, worked on OSX, I'd be even more excited. Maybe if I drank more coffee. Some I've seen, although not often with subtitles.

I'm actually heading up to Aomori later this morning for a few days and visiting Osorezan, partly for it use in Denen ni shisu, as well seeing what there is at the Terayama museum in Misawa.

Helge said...

There must be a version of aMule (eMule analog) working on Mac. You can start looking here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AMule

It's a wonderful trip, sarmoung! I wish I could accomplish something like this in the future. If you come by any interesting Terayama-related artifacts (video/audio recordings, books, etc) please make sure to share them with the P2P community. They more than deserve it!!!

allegoriest said...

Your page is fantastic! Several of these I've only seen once through, once upon a time, or seen fragments of. (Now to get the download program to work...)

(I can honestly say your La Marie Vision pdf has made me happier than anything in the last few months. <3 I can't wait for the rest to finish.) That, Shintokumaru, Grass Labyrinth and To Die in the Countryside are probably my favourites.

(Does a video of Baramon exist? I want to see that one badly.)

I have a decent selection of music (tenjo sajiki, some banyu inryoku, seazer and such), though I'm not to great at this p2p business.

Helge said...

Thanks, allegoriest!
Our preferences among Terayama's works are very similar, in fact!

I've never heard of a video of Baramon (nor have I listened to the entire recording, as a matter of fact). There is no published video of Jashumon either (and I would love to see that even more badly).

Hope you'll get your eMule work well and share some of your resources. P2P is very important in this case, since Terayama-related materials are so scarce!!!

Thanks again and enjoy :-)

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