By Alec Julian & Carrie White
Despite its title, Philippe Garrel’s sedate new film, LA JALOUSIE, like it’s bohemian characters, generally eschews all things envy… 446 more words
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“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.
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