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"...[A] rare and interesting look at the man and his letters."-- Roy
" Gilles Deleuze from A to Z... is a riveting, self-penned obituary of a sickly and self-reflexive philosopher, whose ruminations on bodies, space, art and knowledge constitute both an encyclopedia and an atlas." -- Erik Morse,
"…[A] dense and illuminating filmed interview structured as an alphabet primer
(A as in "Animal," B as in "Boire," C as in "Culture"...)… it's not a standard interview but a final testimony, with an interlocutor who serves expertly as muse."
-- Rachel Kushner, BOMB
"Gilles Deleuze (1925-95) is without question one of the most important philosophers writing in French in the second half of the twentieth century…A unique and important document that will engage anyone interested in Deleuze's thought."--A. D. Schrift,