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Muutamia huomautuksia elokuvasta Minnie & Moskowitz (John Cassavetes, 1971)

1. Vapaamuotoista ja sähäkkää ulkopuolisen elämää viettävä parkkivirkailija Moskowitz rakastuu museon kuraattori Minnieen, joka etsii romanttista rakkautta paettuaan suhteesta, jossa joutui olemaan toinen nainen miehelle, joka kaiken lisäksi hakkaa Minnietä. 1,018 more words


Empty Laughter - Faces (1968) by John Cassavetes

Here’s a phenomenon: a movie I pretty much couldn’t stand during my first viewing but which rapidly, within a year or so, rose to the ranks of one my favorite films. 1,492 more words

Chained Relations (Finis)

On April 10, 2012, two years ago, Mark Rappaport called Ray Carney, tenured professor of Boston University, to ask in person what he’d requested earlier: that the materials he’d left in the US on moving to Paris, and which Carney had said he’d hold for him, be returned.   483 more words

Cinema And Arts

Pic of the Day: "Minnie and Moskowitz" revisited

Closing the week is another look at Morgan Morgan, the loquacious diner poet of John CassavetesMinnie and Moskowitz (1971). He has just taken a bite out of Moskowitz’s ( 57 more words

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Movie Quote of the Day - She's So Lovely, 1997 (dir. Nick Cassavetes)

Eddie: Oh, boy, are you pretty. You are so pretty. What would you do if I kissed you? Would you scream?
Maureen: Not me.

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Movie Quote Of The Day

A Woman Under the Influence

Madness is something that is hard to portray cinematically, because it happens internally. Many people may show outward signs of madness, but that isn’t always true. 769 more words


The Peeping Tom at the Window to our Souls

“I’m kind of like my own Mafia. You know, breaking my own knees.”
John Cassavetes

The Golden Greek. The original Independent Spirit.
Took a long hard look at all of us, from the inside out.

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