Monday, September 15, 2008
This documentary was made in 2007 - not sure if it was ever released. Poster thanks to impawards.com.
As founder of Grove Press, Barney Rosset fought for the right to publish "obscene" works, starting with Lady Chatterly's Lover then Henry Miller's Tropic Of Cancer through Burroughs' Naked Lunch and beyond. He published The Evergreen Review, a magazine that was singled out for condemnation by Gerald Ford, and served as distributor for Scandinavian 'art house' film I Am Curious: Yellow.
Posted by Tal at 12:44 AM