Tim Sullivan and George Kuchar. A Streetcar Named Desire. SIGNED by TS, Limited, Near Fine Wordless SC.

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Sullivan, Tim. San Francisco, Steven Wolf Fine Arts, 2009 
English, First, Limited Edition to 100 copies, Fine SC, unpaginated.

Near Fine perfectbound softcover in stiff glossy black-and-white pictorial wraps featuring an image of George Kuchar to the cover, red lettering to cover, very light shelfwear to bottom edge, else clean, tightly bound, and unmarked throughout. SIGNED on the title page in silver pen by Tim Sullivan. Unpaginated, no text, replete with black and white images of George Kuchar reenacting every emotional moment of Brando's performance in "Streetcar" from start to finish. All done in a 1950's photobooth in San Francisco in 2009. George Kuchar (August 31, 1942 – September 6, 2011) was an underground film director, video artist, and teacher at the San Francisco Art Institute. He gained notoriety in the experimental and underground cinema world alongside his brother, Mike Kuchar. Their campy, comedic, low-budget, surreal films were hailed in the Village Voice, and noted as inspiration to famed directors John Waters, Todd Solondz, Gregg Araki, and David Lynch.