what did you think of this film? i didnt think it was a very good depiction of bukowskis work, but i thought it was good regardless.
... It's only available on VHS, I believe...
it's on DVD at Zweitausendeins
[...] i plan to add this dvd to bukowski-shop [...]
[...]Run For Your Life.
I liked it too though some scenes made me feel sick.I am also glad I saw "Tales..." because it made me aware of Ferreri's "La Grande Bouffe" - what a magical film!
Werner Herzog + Klaus Kinski as Hank's alter ego would have been my "dream team" for a Bukowski inspired European movie.Werner Herzog supposedly hypnotized an entire cast for one of his movies, maybe Werner should do a Bukowski movie and open the bar up and get everybody on set early in the morning and require them to get shitfaced before the cameras roll.
Most people, certainly including Bukowski hated this movie.
That it remains a film with a bad reputation is an terrible shame – it hits the essence of Bukowski head on, much better than Barbet Schroeder’s Barfly