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CATF: Chisa Hutchinson’s DEAD AND BREATHING

I had been especially eager to see Dead and Breathing, mostly because it purportedly tackled the important theme of “right to die,” and it sounded like a light-hearted approach to a controversial subject. 926 more words

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Behind the Scenes: The 400 Blows

Francois Truffaut on the set of his semi-autobiographical directorial debut The 400 Blows (1959). Truffaut was only 27-years-old when the film was released. Pic via The Film Stage.

Behind The Scenes

The 400 Blows (1959) - Movie Review

Let me address some common misconceptions about this film: First, it’s not some wretched, artsy-fartsy turd. The movie is actually entertaining in parts and is nowhere near pretentious. 895 more words

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Band of Outsiders and Grand Triviality

Jean-Luc Godard’s Band of Outsiders is one of the director’s most celebrated and acclaimed works, and indeed it’s one of those career defining films that embodies the auteur’s pet themes and ideologies more than any other single film in his oeuvre. 1,256 more words

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