Notebook on Cities and Clothes
|Notebook on Cities and Clothes|
|Directed by||Wim Wenders|
|Produced by||Ulrich Felsberg|
|Written by||Wim Wenders|
Francois Burkhardt (idea)
|Music by||Laurent Petitgand|
|Edited by||Dominique Auvray|
|Distributed by||Axiom Films (UK and Ireland)|
|28 December 1989 (France)|
29 March 1990 (West Germany)
|Language||English, with Japanese segments|
Notebook on Cities and Clothes is a documentary film about Yohji Yamamoto directed by Wim Wenders. Despite Wender's previous disdain for fashion, he undertook filming after being commissioned by the Pompidou Center in Paris. The film loosely centers on a series of interviews with Yamamoto, inter-spaced with footage of his atelier, previous work and his then upcoming show. Notably, Yamamoto's comments and philosophical musings lead Wenders to make his own comments about the nature of cities, identity, and the role of cinema in modern life.
- Yohji Yamamoto as himself
- "Movie Review - - Review/Film; Delving Deep Into Pockets Of Fashion, Intellectually - NYTimes.com". www.nytimes.com. Retrieved 2017-01-28.
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