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  • Acteurs : Robert Crumb
  • Réalisateurs : Robert Crumb, Terry Zwigoff
  • Format : Couleur, Plein écran, PAL
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 2.0), Français (Dolby Digital 2.0)
  • Sous-titres : Français
  • Région : Région 2 (Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en dehors de l'Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.).
  • Rapport de forme : 1.33:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : mk2
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 8 décembre 2004
  • Durée : 119 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
  • ASIN: B0002V60AQ
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 152.486 en DVD & Blu-ray (Voir les 100 premiers en DVD & Blu-ray)
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1 Bande-annonce
Making of
Interview de Terry Zwigoff et Robert Crumb

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Crumb, 1 DVD, 119 minutes


Documentaire unique et sulfureux, produit par David Lynch, sur l'artiste underground Robert Crumb. Le film décortique les influences culturelles et les déchirures familiales qui ont inspiré cet artiste hors norme...

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Par Un client le 27 décembre 2005
Format: DVD
Bienvenue dans l'univers décalé et pscychédélique de Robert Crumb et de sa famille très 'bizarre'. Géni du renouveau de la B-D 70's, créateur de 'Fritz the cat' et de ' Mister natural' Crumb dévoile sans concession ni complexe sa vie et celle de ses proches sous la direction complice de David Lynch. Touchant, drôle et surréaliste ce film ne vous laissera pas indifférent.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Raw/Grotesque/Brilliant/Vile/Fascinating 3 juin 2016
Par Demonwife - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is one of my favorite documentaries, but it is not meant for sensitive viewers. His work is downright ghastly (to me) at times, and he doesn't hide his misogyny--in his work or his life. If you can get past that, there is a gift to be discovered. The film gives you an unflinching view into a fascinating/ugly/brilliant outsider and the kinds of personal/cultural forces that helped shape his artistry. It's a great study about how a person's art helps him forge a connection to the world in a way the world needs. There is nothing simple about his story, and the interviews with his family members are a haunting example of what he could have become without his art. Great balance of perspectives presented (and great music too).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Disturbing, shocking, funny, and eerily hypnotic 2 décembre 1999
Par Modemac - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Robert Crumb is well known as one of the pioneers of the underground comic book era of the 1960s, and his "Keep On Truckin'" logo is still well-known today. His comics were (and still are), bizarre, outrageous, shocking, and often offensive. But the story of real-life creator of such psychedelic highlights as Zap Comics and Fritz the Cat is so weird and unusual in itself, you'll remember it for a long time to come. (Robert Crumb describes the Church of the SubGenius as the only religion he could consider joining.) Terry Zwigoff's masterful portrayal of Crumb is presented in such a manner that even as you're shocked at some of the things he draws (e.g. Mr. Natural in "A Bitchin' Bod"), you see that compared to the other people in his family, he looks almost normal. It's presented in a modest, low-key style that you can't tear your eyes away from after you start watching it. The scene of Crumb's brother Max eating cloth while sitting on a bed of nails is strangely entrancing.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 He's a Crumb, but is he a crumb? 7 septembre 2004
Par M. McClellan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
"Crumb" is a movie where you must learn to read beneath the lines as to who this artist is. Nothing about this man is as what it seems initially. But if you study this movie (as it is a film to be studied) you will realize the malice R.Crumb puts into his artwork is directed solely at the attitudes of society. And that includes every aspect and every class of people. It doesn't seem to matter who they are. He is an artist that details everything he sees with frightening clarity and no regard for diplomacy. It's an ability not confined to gender or color. His comics read like an illustrated passage of a diary. As you dig more into his backround (the film is NOT the last word on him) you realize that no one is exempt from his wrath. Not men, not women, not ethnics. After reading several reviews and chats about what they observed in this film, it's obvious that many viewers took what they saw at face value.

Looking at his artwork you realize R.Crumb combined the look of innocent comic strips of the early 20th century with more explicit content common today. No one else at the time had thought of drawing this way. The comic book industry in the 60's was becoming increasingly progressive. The old look of comics, Lil Abner or Little Orphan Annie for example, were considered passe.

The inspiration for R.Crumb's art comes from a deeply dysfunctional family. It wasn't an overly violent family but it was a morbidly depressing one. You learn that the problems Robert and his siblings had stemmed from the fact that their house was dominated by a father who saw manhood in only one way and was not lenient in his views to accomodate any of his sons' artistic potential. As Robert pointed out, when his father came home from work any blip of a happy man dissapeared as soon as he entered the door. When it came to encouragement or artistic development all five children had only each other and were left to their own devices. Robert became the success perhaps because he, unlike Charles for instance, saw his talent as a way to define himself and not simply as a means of profit. He chose the format (comics) he knew best to make his point.

The bulk of his material consists of two main topics:his family and women. His attitudes on women are far more complicated. His unpopularity with girls as a teen is due to a result of his inability to fashion himself into something they wanted visually. And he was equally frustrated at THEIR apparent inability to ignore those instincts and see him for the good person he felt he was. It has led to lifelong love/hate relationship with the opposite sex. One that is defined by pure lust and no real affection for females for who they are except in the case of his daughter Sophie.

His views on blacks and the never ending debate as to whether or not he is racist is not given nearly as much screentime.He denounces the critism he has garnered by saying "it all came from white liberals." That's not exactly an ideal way of defending yourself in a largely white liberal society. Neither he, nor Terry Zwigoff (who made this movie), give a straight answer to the charge and leave other artists to answer for Crumb. But if you take into account Crumb's true love of black music (specifically, delta blues of 30's) it becomes harder to pin the "racist" label on him. Still, the movie lets him off a bit easy, its only flaw.

Other aspects of his life such as his open marriage to wife Aline, his strained relationship with his son Jesse, and the overall study of the underground comix scene that he helped spawn are present but not as prominently featured. Engrossing, but somewhat incomplete, "Crumb" is an indepth character study of a truly misunderstood man.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 15 octobre 2016
Par avraham barton zorea - Publié sur Amazon.com
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Keep on Truckin'... 23 mai 2004
Par M. Casarino - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
"Crumb" is the sad and funny documentary of a damaged man who happened to find a beautiful and reasonably lucrative outlet for his peccadilloes. It's also the brutal portrait of two men - Robert's brothers - who were not so lucky.
"Crumb" offers amazing access to R. Crumb and his family, but the man himself remains an enigma - an entertaining and fascinating enigma, but an enigma nonetheless. Still, Zwigoff's probing camera gets behind the man and his art, his fans and detractors, and delivers a wonderful portrait of the man and a great appreciation of his work - even his most off-putting, misogynistic work.
But it's when Zwigoff talks to Robert's family that we see the true effects of a horrible, and horror-filled, childhood. Both of his brothers are intelligent and considerably talented, but they were unable to find a healthy outlet to escape a tyrannical father (his abuse is only hinted at in the movie), and their stories are deeply affecting - and difficult to watch.
So "Crumb" is either life-affirming or terribly depressing. I vote for the first option, which is why I'm the proud owner of the DVD. You wont find a much better documentary, or a more powerful drama, than "Crumb."
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