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Marlon Brando: Songs My Mother Taught Me

“I’d been the only one in my class to flunk kindergarten; I don’t remember why. Perhaps it was because I was starting to resist authority. All I remember about kindergarten was that I was the bad boy of the class and had to sit under the teacher’s desk, where my primary activity was staring up her dress.

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Last Tango In Paris

I am reviewing the movie Last Tango In Paris starring Marlon Brando and Maria Schell and which is a very good film. The film is directed by Bernardo Bertollucci who is more well known probably for 1900 and The Last Emperor. 259 more words

Film Reviews

Bernardo Bertolucci Talks His New Movie, Considers 3D

Italian director Bernardo Bertolucci enters the living room of his Rome apartment through a door that had been in New York’s now-defunct New Yorker Theater, the legendary mecca for film buffs where his “Before the Revolution” screened in 1965, when he was 24. 590 more words


The New Yorker: July 7 & 14, 2014/Vol. XC, No. 19

After a hiccup in my subscription, I am back to getting the New Yorker! I strongly advise reading Héctor Tobar‘s feature on the 2010 Chilean minors. 724 more words

Adam Gopnik

'All Those Wonderful People Out There in the Dark': On the Past, Present and Future of Cinephilia, Part 1

There is a scene in Bernardo Bertolucci’s The Dreamers (2003) when the three main characters race through the Louvre in Paris, attempting to break a world record. 1,109 more words


Movie review: Bertolucci taps primal fears in Me and You

Me and You (Io e te)
Three stars out of five
Starring: Tea Falco, Jacopo Olmo Antinori, Sonia Bergamasco
Directed by: Bernardo Bertolucci
Running time: 103 minutes… 667 more words


First Film Review: Stealing Beauty (1996)

“Stealing Beauty” Steals My Heart

Here we go, my first film review. What better way to commence this new project of mine than to write about a movie I loved from start to finish. 635 more words