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FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE FEATURE NARRATIVE

THE TULSE LUPER SUITCASES PART I - THE MOAB STORY

TFF 2005
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE THE TULSE LUPER SUITCASES PART I - THE MOAB STORY [TFF 2005]
Part 1, in three episodes, introduces Luper and his best friend Martino Knockavelli as young boys in Wales, amidst auditions for their parts. In Utah, the adult Luper (JJ Feild) tangles with a family of Mormon Nazis and is jailed for consorting with a minor (Caroline Dhavernas). He next turns up in Antwerp working as a natural history correspondent and is arrested as a spy. The Mormons arrive in Antwerp, as well as Luper's lookalike, Florian Crepis, who is promptly arrested as well. The love of Luper's life, Cissie Colpitts (Valentina Cervi), who shares her name with three characters in Drowning by Numbers, is also introduced. Many baths are taken, as the characters contend with the impossibility of drama after Beckett and storytelling after Kafka.
Part 1, in three episodes, introduces Luper and his best friend Martino Knockavelli as young boys in Wales, amidst auditions for their parts. In Utah, the adult Luper (JJ Feild) tangles with a family of Mormon Nazis and is jailed for consorting with a minor (Caroline Dhavernas). He next turns up in Antwerp working as a natural history correspondent and is arrested as a spy. The Mormons arrive in Antwerp, as well as Luper's lookalike, Florian Crepis, who is promptly arrested as well. The love of Luper's life, Cissie Colpitts (Valentina Cervi), who shares her name with three characters in Drowning by Numbers, is also introduced. Many baths are taken, as the characters contend with the impossibility of drama after Beckett and storytelling after Kafka.
Film Information
Year: 2003
Length: 126 minutes
Language: English
Country: Netherlands
Premiere: New York
Special Note

About the Director(s)
Peter Greenaway was first trained as a painter before he became a filmmaker. He has since gone on to create a number of short and feature-length films, paintings, and novels. Greenway's films include The Draughtsman's Contract, A Zed And Two Noughts, The Belly of an Architect, Drowning By Numbers, His Wife and Her Lover, The Thief, The Pillow Book, The Baby of Macon, Prospero's Books, The Cook, and 81/2 Women.

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