You don’t mess around with Harvey Weinstein!
Przypadek (Krzysztof Kieślowski, 1987)
In his quest for truth, Kieślowski explores the complexities of life with originality, subtlety and depth. Part of the power and delicacy of his films is his ability to delineate the invisible, mysterious dimension of human existence, to make decisions without ever really knowing what the correct choices are.
Przypadek is an undeniably bleak portrait of one man’s existential struggle to find hope and meaning within a morally bankrupt and dehumanizing system.(via)
Woody Allen and Bettina Brenna, Playboy Magazine, 1969
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Great DGA interview with Robert Altman circa 2005, via Cinephilia & Beyond (natch). A sampling:
Q: Your late colleague Tommy Thompson once said that your movies were like an extension of your lifestyle.
A: When you make movies, there is a connection to your life, to the people you surround yourself with. It’s a full experience. The movies you make are like little sculptures of what’s around you.
Q: One of my favorite films of yours is The Long Goodbye. I love the way it was shot.
A: That film is still at the top of my list. I just never let the camera stop moving. I did the same thing on Gosford Park and on Prairie Home Companion, too. It was moving just for the sake of movement. I’ve been thinking a lot lately about Three Women and how slow and leisurely those camera moves were. We’d spend hours on them.
The Tenth Victim — TS
Thurman’s can’t be dead
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