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Feature Film

Artist
Douglas Gordon
Price
$62.00
Format
Artists' Books
ISBN
1-902201-05-1
Size
24 × 19 × 1.2 cm
Length
Description

Published in parallel to Gordon’s film ‘Feature Film’ that is based on the music from Alfred Hitchcock’s film Vertigo. The book reproduces selected movie stills from both Feature Film and Vertigo, along with a CD, which contains probably the most complete recording of Bernard Hermann’s score to date.

  1. Feature Film
 

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