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This video is done in compliance with the Copyright Act of 1976, section 107, that is "fair use". I do not own this film, video o.
To bring up the complete list in any of these categories, simply click on one of the LABELS when you come across one and everything with that designation will come up when the page reloads. There's also a LABELS list near the bottom of all the pages. Please let me know if there are any other LABELS you'd like to see. Jonathan Demme made this misbegotten Hitchcockian thriller between HANDLE WITH CARE (aka CITIZEN’S BAND)/’77 and MELVIN AND HOWARD/’80, two humanist dramedies so welcoming, nonjudgemental & alive with political/cultural savvy they seemed to herald... It never happened. Instead, Demme became 1: A man of many interests & causes. Whichever camp you fell into, much of his once edgy work now looks prematurely dulled. Loaded with Hitchcockian winks (think VERTIGO/’58. As his mysterious helpmate/femme fatale, Janet Margolin is a lost cause with exposed breasts, while a supporting cast of (then) little known stage actors (Christopher Walken, John Glover, Mandy Patinkin, all handpicked by young casting agent Scott... At least, Miklós Rózsa shows up to score the thing, but he’s in retread mode, far less effective than his late work before & after this. Worst of all, inexplicably so, regular Demme lenser Tak Fujimoto finds new, inappropriate shooting styles for every scene. Well, enough from me. But before we sign off, here's a great quote from Emile Zola's L'OEUVRE (THE MASTERPIECE), which is about painting rather than the yet to be invented medium of film, but which points a fine critical eye toward the whole idea... It's a good, if chilly, thought to keep in mind, especially when you surf the net. "Has it ever struck you that posterity may not be the fair, impartial judge we like to think it is. "Suppose the artist's paradise turned out to be as nonexistent as the Catholics, and future generations prove just as misguided as the present one... There are some accepted masterpieces for which I myself wouldn't give a twopenny damn. "Classical training has given us a wrong view of everything and forces us to acclaim as geniuses a lot of fellows who are no more than well-balanced, facile painters, while what we might really prefer is the work of more emancipated but less even... Immortality at present depends entirely on the average, middle-class mind and is reserved only for the names that have been most forcibly impressed upon us while we were still unable to defend. Source: MAKSQUIBS CINEMATHEQUE
tries marriage - first to a political activist (Carol Kane), then to an intellectual bore (Janet Margolin) - before love and Keaton enter his life (Allen uses subtitles to translate their thoughts as they struggle to overcome their instinctive
Tuesday's training was part of an annual gathering of rabbis organized by the Rabbinical Centre of Europe and the European Jewish Association headed by Margolin. He said the idea was to demonstrate "the most basic stuff needed." A lack of action from
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The cast includes Gina Lollobrigida, Shelley Winters, Phil Silvers, Peter Lawford, Telly Savalas, Lee Grant and Janet Margolin. And the Italian village and countryside, where the picture was made, are lovely in radiant color. Furthermore, as co-written and ...
It wasn't always so. In his early movies, Woody faithfully pines after a sole, often unattainable woman, from Janet Margolin in "Take the Money and Run," Louise Lasser in "Bananas," and Diane Keaton in "Sleeper," "Love and Death" and "Annie Hall."
Boston became a convergence point for shifting world markets and international gas became cheaper than domestic gas, senior analyst Rick Margolin said. Traders can chill gas into a liquid to fit it in ships that deliver all over the world. Consumers pay a ...
Janet Margolin, Actress: Annie Hall. Pretty, demure-looking Janet Margolin was born in New York City in 1943 and educated at the New York High School of Performing Arts.
Janet Margolin (July 25, 1943 – December 17, 1993) was an American theater, television, and film actress. Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 3 Personal life 4 ...
Pretty, demure-looking Janet Margolin was born in New York City in 1943 and educated at the New York High School of Performing Arts. The long-haired ...
Janet Margolin, an actress with a string of roles in the 1960's and 70's including parts in two Woody ALlen movies, died yesterday at her home in Los Angeles.