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Movie Scrapbook 1

/ Movies / Businesslike Beauty 2017 03 19 Jan and I willl watch Les Damoiselles de Rochefort, Jacques Demi, this evening. I’m really looking forward to it: Catherine Deneuve, Françoise Dorléac, Jean Kelly … Michel LeGrand. I’m reminded of a … Continue reading

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Movie Scrapbook 3

/ Movies / Precedent, Tradition You’re supposed to be able to speak in confidence to your lawyer. Even older than legal traditions is the medical tradition of the Hippocratic Oath. I trust doctors about as much as I trust David … Continue reading

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Movie Scrapbook 2

/ Movies / Mesrine: Killer Instinct 2016 04 17 In the 1960s I adored Jean-Pierre Cassel, especially The Love Game, loved Philippe de Broca too. As the decades passed I saw Jean-Pierre Cassel in more mature roles: good but not … Continue reading

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Movie Scrapbook 0

Recreating (and advancing) pk’s censored domains: Macroinformation.org & Knatz.com / Personal / Chat / Favorites / Art / Movies / I babble a great deal about movies, as well as many other things: music, art, lit … politics, science. In … Continue reading

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Carousel Cosmology

/ Movies / Immortal Rubbish I love Carousel. I love the songs, the staging, the lyrics. I love Rogers, I love Hammerstein. I also love holding the story in contempt. Carousel (1956) bubbled up on my streaming list last evening, … Continue reading

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Repertoire Memories

/ Movies / I just skimmed K. for mentions of the Bleeker Street Cinema. There are a lot, and here are some more. First let me list a few peers, theaters that could be relied on to show the greatest … Continue reading

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Rebellion Scrapbook

/ Movies / Irish Republic 2016 08 12 I’ve been scribbling about the Irish TV series, Rebellion: and here I go again, all belonging to more than one category: so I’ll start a scrapbook, here ’tis. Notice, a couple of … Continue reading

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