Allusions to Jean-Jacques Rousseau, the Khmer Rouge and the revolutionary history of Guinea-Bissau are heady stuff, but who can resist a glancing close-up of a puffed-up bird bobbing its way through a botanical garden? At its core, the work is an exercise in ethnographic filmmaking, with Marker-as-Krasna decamping to locations in Japan and Africa to observe the environments and rituals therein. But the highly mediated presentation — the adoption of a fictional framework and the relentless manipulation and juxtaposition of the images into a kind of audiovisual labyrinth — gets so far away from Flaherty that it actually laps him: An emu in the Ile de France is a rare bird, and so is Sans soleil.
Again they would face Italian opposition, Juventus, who had won, unbeaten, the —84 Cup Winners' Cup. Juventus had a team comprising many of Italy 's FIFA World Cup winning team—who played for Juventus for many years—and their playmaker Michel Platini was considered the best footballer in Europe, being named Footballer of The Year by France Football magazine for the second year in a row in December Both teams were placed in the two first positions in the UEFA club ranking at the end of the last season  and were regarded by the specialist press as the best two sides on the continent at the time.
Despite its status as Belgium's national stadiumHeysel was in a poor state of repair by the time of the European Final.
The year-old stadium had not been sufficiently maintained for several years, and large parts of the stadium were literally crumbling. For example, the outer wall had been made of cinder blockand fans who did not have tickets were seen kicking holes in it to get in.
However, UEFA refused to consider a move. The two ends behind the goals comprised all-standing terraces, each end split into three zones.
However, the tickets for the Z section were reserved for neutral Belgian fans in addition to the rest of the stadium. This meant the Juventus fans had more sections than the Liverpool fans with the Z section occupied by neutrals which is thought to have heightened prematch tensions.
The idea of the large neutral area was opposed by both Liverpool and Juventus,  as it would provide an opportunity for fans of both clubs to obtain tickets from agencies or from ticket touts outside the ground and thus create a dangerous mix of fans.
At the time Brussels, like the rest of Belgium, already had a large Italian community, and many expatriate Juventus fans bought the section Z tickets. A small percentage of the tickets ended up in the hands of Liverpool fans. Confrontation[ edit ] Heysel Stadium by section At approximately 7 p.
The boundary between the two was marked by temporary chain link fencing and a central thinly policed no-man's land.
As kick-off approached, the throwing became more intense. Several groups of Liverpool hooligans broke through the boundary between section X and Z, overpowered the police, and charged at the Juventus fans. The fans began to flee toward the perimeter wall of section Z.
The wall could not withstand the force of the fleeing Juventus supporters and a lower portion collapsed. Contrary to reports at the time, and what is still assumed by many, the collapse of the wall did not cause the 39 deaths.
Instead, the collapse relieved pressure and allowed fans to escape. Most died of suffocation after tripping or being crushed against the wall before the collapse.
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