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Notes on “Lifeguard”

Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: The 1976 “Lifeguard” plays like a major-studio version of a CIP quickie. Its pleasures are CIP pleasures: unthought-out scenes of everyday people doing everyday things set against a backdrop that’s the more titillating for its relatability, … Continue reading

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