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Monthly Archives: January 2013
Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: Tomu Uchida is one of those great Japanese filmmakers who remains virtually unknown in the West. This 1955 work of his is a road movie; it deals with the transient relationships forged among a group of … Continue reading
Fenster writes: In a recent New York Review of Books, Timothy Garton Ash weighed in on the subject of multiculturalism. Correction: make that “subjects” of multiculturalism, in the plural, since the word has multiple meanings. “Multiculturalism” has become a term of … Continue reading
Fenster writes: Here are some quotes. The quiz question is to identify the job of the person who said them. “College costs too much and delivers too little. Students are leaving, when they graduate at all, with loads of debt … Continue reading
Blowhard, Esq. writes: Via the Facebook group Vintage Los Angeles, I came across this old video of a trip through downtown L.A. According to comments, it’s process footage shot in 1948 for the movie Shockproof, directed by Douglas Sirk and co-written by … Continue reading
Fenster writes: . . . . is the tagline for Fear and Desire (1953), Stanley Kubrick’s first feature. The poster makes Kubrick’s first out to be some sort of hot noir. In fact, it is Kubrick’s attempt at making some sort … Continue reading