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Landing Strip in the Jungle, A

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Joe’s visit to Sri Lanka leads to an odd relationship with a beggar boy. A drug overdose culminates in the realization that ‘life is meaningless.’ Time spent in a tropical country under colonial domination. A dreamlike monologue montage. Joe presides over the ‘Survivor of the Year’ competition featuring individuals who have survived harrowing experiences. Life on the lower East Side of Manhattan.

  • Series: Work in Progress
  • Show Type: Monologue
  • Cast: Joe Frank
  • Air Date: 1986
  • Digital Audio Bit Rate: 128kbps

 

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5.00 out of 5

1 review for Landing Strip in the Jungle, A

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Possibly my favorite show of them all, along with “Lies,” “Islands” and “Road To Hell.” The fourth-world soundtrack from the likes of Eno/Byrne, Jon Hassell and Michael Brook is perfect, and the segments are a perfect balance of absurd yarns, rambling surrealist soliloquies, earthy anecdotes and freewheeling panel discussions. This was my first exposure to Joe Frank, and it has never left my mind.

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Joe’s visit to Sri Lanka leads to an odd relationship with a beggar boy. A drug overdose culminates in the realization that ‘life is meaningless.’ Time spent in a tropical country under colonial domination. A dreamlike monologue montage. Joe presides over the ‘Survivor of the Year’ competition featuring individuals who have survived harrowing experiences. Life on the lower East Side of Manhattan.

  • Series: Work in Progress
  • Show Type: Monologue
  • Cast: Joe Frank
  • Air Date: 1986
  • Digital Audio Bit Rate: 128kbps

 

5.00 out of 5

1 review for Landing Strip in the Jungle, A

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Possibly my favorite show of them all, along with “Lies,” “Islands” and “Road To Hell.” The fourth-world soundtrack from the likes of Eno/Byrne, Jon Hassell and Michael Brook is perfect, and the segments are a perfect balance of absurd yarns, rambling surrealist soliloquies, earthy anecdotes and freewheeling panel discussions. This was my first exposure to Joe Frank, and it has never left my mind.

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