Saturday, January 05, 2008

Roland Topor Drawings In Viva la Muerte Here's a dose of insane Roland Topor drawings included in the opening credits of a film titled Viva la Muerte or "Long Live Death" from 1971. The film was directed by Fernando Arrabal, "a founding member of the panic movement (along with Alejandro Jodorowsky and Roland Topor), a chaotic theatre group that performed mainly in Mexico during the 1960's." The plot concerns the surreal fantasies of a child living during the end of the Spanish Civil War, check out the trailer here.

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