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REPULSION (1965)

Christopher

This is the kind of movie I have always loved. It’s so quiet, it takes a while for the tension to build, and the story takes a little deciphering. 803 more words

"Venus in Fur" Review

“Venus in Fur”  (2013)

“Venus in Fur” starts out with the camera moving down a Paris street during a lightning storm. The camera then makes a right turn toward a rundown theatre. 613 more words

Features

Working Late In Life, Directors Refuse To Say Cut

(CBS SF/AP) – Visiting a retired Frank Capra at his Sierra Nevada hideaway, Clint Eastwood was baffled.

“I always thought: He could be making a film right now. 919 more words

Entertainment

CHINATOWN (1974)

Director of Photography: John A. Alonzo

Director: Roman Polanski

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Roman Polanski's Baby

Last night I watched the remainder of Rosemary’s Baby, a film by Roman Polanski, based on a novel by Ira Levin. When I watch movies I focus a lot on the surroundings and how the entire image on the screen looks as it is moving so this movie was fun to watch. 216 more words

Classics

RE: Venus in Fur @ Palace Electric

Venus, the Roman goddess that governs love, fertility and sexuality, is a goddess that encompasses all sexual desire; especially that of women. But which worthy filmmaker would dare to tackle such a colossal hyper-sexual pre-conception, other than the legendary Roman Polanski, with his new psych-sexual drama film… 571 more words

Canberra

REPULSION (1965)

Director of Photography: Gilbert Taylor

Director: Roman Polanski

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