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Retro Reels: A Place In the Sun (1951)

In the drama A Place in the Sun, Montgomery Clift plays George Eastman. Though related to a rich industrialist named Charles Eastman, George is looked down upon because his family is poor. 713 more words

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Original Review by Craig Lysy

The film was adapted from a 1925 novel “An American Tragedy” by Theodore Dreiser. Director George Stevens hired Michael Wilson and Harry Brown for the screenplay, and assembled a stellar cast to at last bring this tragic story to life. 957 more words

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Elizabeth Taylor and the Holocaust: The Story of Montage by Jean-Luc Godard | A R T L▼R K

On the 27th of February 1932, Elizabeth Taylor was born in Hampstead Garden Suburb, London, England. She was born with a rare condition called distichiasis, which in her case manifested itself as double rows of eyelashes around her eyes. 31 more words

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Elizabeth Taylor and the Holocaust: The Story of Montage by Jean-Luc Godard

On the 27th of February 1932, Elizabeth Taylor was born in Hampstead Garden Suburb, London, England. She was born with a rare condition called distichiasis, which in her case manifested itself as double rows of eyelashes around her eyes. 673 more words

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Shodan.io's beachhut in the Seychelles.

Another sighting for you (my blog) from the unbeautiful Seychelles this time.  It is 89.248.172.16 from an isp i have mentioned for dns probers quasinetworks.com… 47 more words

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Interview: Peter Bradshaw on A Place in the Sun

Elena Lazic talks to Peter Bradshaw about George Stevens’ classic melodrama A Place In The Sun (1951) ahead of the film’s screening in our Critics Central strand at Picturehouse Central in association with the Critics Circle. 1,371 more words

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Putter, Post, Repeat

I pause in my Sunday gyrations to make a blog post, or at least to begin a blog post.  I may do other things between paragraphs and make no apology for doing so.   397 more words

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