Throw away your books and rally in the streets

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throw away your books and rally in the streets

Throw Away Your Books, Rally in the Streets | George Eastman Museum

Sign in. Watch now. A young boys' coming of age tale set in a strange, carnivalesque village becomes the recreation of a memory that the director has twenty years later. A surreal, isolated village sees its inhabitants gradually leave behind their mutual traditions and superstitions as they leave for the city. Among them are two cousins who love each other and who get into a quarrel with other villagers. A young man, haunted by his past, travels the land in search of the lyrics to a lullaby his mother used to sing to him. A young boxer accidentally kills an ex-boxing champion's brother.
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Throw Away Your Books,Rally In The Streets 1971

A new one every day. The film shows the disintegration of a poor family at a time when all society is trapped in its pursuit of affluence.

Throw Away Your Books, Rally In The Streets (Sho o suteyo machi e deyou)

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Conditions have been better for the nameless protagonist: his grandmother is a shoplifter and his war criminal father and sister have an unhealthy, intimate relationship with the family rabbit. Shuuji Terayama Eiko Kujo. Ichirou Araki J. Seazer Itsuro Shimoda. As the opening sequence has the protagonist speaking directly to us, embodying an eager sense of freedom devoid of impositions so long set by society and looking for a release after so much time, I identified.


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  1. The film opens with an uncomfortably long black screen which has a subtle soundscape running behind it.

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