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Top 250 Tuesday #242 - Two-Lane Blacktop (1971)

Continuing to wend my way through the Sight and Sound Top 250 Greatest Movies of All Time. This week, it’s #180 on the list,  Monte Helllman… 772 more words

Movies

Two-Lane Blacktop

"Performance and image, that's what it's all about."
- G.T.O.
Dir: Monte Hellman                            DoP: Jack Deerson                           Year: 1971
1971

Back Door To Hell (1964)

The teaming of director Monte Hellman and actor Jack Nicholson went through a period of 4 films during the early to mid sixties. Five if you count Hellman’s supposed participation in Roger Corman’s The Terror. 395 more words

Daily Take

En barsk uge med hanekamp og seriemord

Den bittersøde Hugh Grant-virus, der som en drilagtig dæmon holdt legestue i min krop i flere uger, forlod endeligt mine hårdtprøvede luftveje. Jeg hostede lige en enkelt gang, åndede lettet op, og så mig så omkring efter nogle andre sager, gerne med lidt mere bid i, og jeg skal da lige love for, at jeg også fandt noget, der fik mig til at spærre øjnene op, nemlig den undervurderede 70’er-instruktør Monte Hellmans minimalistiske kultfilm… 474 more words

Film

IGUANA (1988)

Director of Photography: Josep M. Civit

Director: Monte Hellman

Perfect Shots

Room 666

If you’re Wim Wenders and you’re bored at the 1982 Cannes Film Festival, you could amuse yourself by getting a bunch of your director friends to answer a series of pre-set questions about the future of cinema whilst sitting alone (aside from the ever present TV) in front of a static rolling camera in a fairly anonymous hotel room. 917 more words

TWO-LANE BLACKTOP (1971)

Director of Photography: Jack Deerson

Director: Monte Hellman

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