Obscure..I got lost several times.Jarman seems to refer to Italy in the sixties as the tripude of free society and Pasolini as a semigod..mhhh??Sheryl
see at your own risk review.Xavier
This is fun read for anyone interested in knowing about Derek Jarman as an artist. You know, he directed some Smiths videos and other really cool british films....Brendan
As always with Jarman, this is beautifully written and a joy to read. The heartbreaking elements of his later journals are largely absent here, as the writings collected focus mostly on The Last of England. A bit scattered and disjointed at times, this is the closest thing to a print version of one of his films, and is just as enthralling.Dan Humphrey
Jarman's published diaries can Beas good as any of his films. This--along with DANCING LEDGE--is the best.