Oeuvre: Herzog’s Feature Films: Scream of Stone
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Oeuvre: Herzog’s Feature Films: Scream of Stone

Oeuvre: Herzog’s Feature Films: Even Dwarfs Started Small
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Oeuvre: Herzog’s Feature Films: Even Dwarfs Started Small

What really sticks in Even Dwarfs Started Small isn’t Herzog’s take on the comedic inanity…

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Criminally Underrated: Lake Tahoe
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Criminally Underrated: Lake Tahoe

This is a small movie of subtle emotional cues that is simultaneously a comedy, a…

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Oeuvre: Tati: Parade
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Oeuvre: Tati: Parade

Jacques Tati provides yet another gentle reminder that anachronism always needs a place among modernity.

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Fourth of July Creek: by Smith Henderson
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Fourth of July Creek: by Smith Henderson

Oeuvre: Tati: Mon Oncle
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Oeuvre: Tati: Mon Oncle

There’s no doubt that Tati was a formal master and that Mon Oncle was precisely…

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Holy Hell! Nixon Turns 20!
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Holy Hell! Nixon Turns 20!

In no uncertain (cinematic) terms, Oliver Stone treats Richard Nixon’s presidency as the American version…

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Cut Bank
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Cut Bank

Plunking down a young star who’s barely more than a pretty face among a group…

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Rediscover: The River
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Rediscover: The River

Water, pain, sex, medicine, food, sleep, exhaustion, irritation, work, death. Nothing is out of place.

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Kidnapping Mr. Heineken
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Kidnapping Mr. Heineken