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Class Exploitation: The Humiliation and Debasement of Class Oriented Criminals in Interview Scenes

*This is an essay I originally wrote for my Studies in Film: Crime Adaptions course in Fall 2017.*

In 2013, director Baz Luhmann adapted the 1925 classic American novel… 3,128 more words

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Dog Day Afternoon: Classic Tale of a Bank Heist Gone Weirdly Wrong

Righto, Dog Day Afternoon (1975). Bank robbery films have been a cinema staple for many decades (The Place Beyond the Pines being a recent example), but few are as strange, introspective, and memorable as this cinema classic. 791 more words

History

Laughter and tears on a Dog Day Afternoon

Dog Day Afternoon may just be the second greatest film ever made (Ghost is the greatest film ever made). Dog Day Afternoon can be summed up in three letters. 811 more words

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Long Live the Monologue

I’m a novelist and a short story writer. I also do essays and newspaper columns. In other words, I’m into words. Phrases, text, dialogue: the art of expression via talking. 202 more words

Long Live the Monologue

I’m a novelist and a short story writer. I also do essays and newspaper columns. In other words, I’m into words. Phrases, text, dialogue: the art of expression via talking. 202 more words

Watching The Freshman Notes

I thoroughly enjoyed watching “The Freshman” on “Movies” earlier today.

A few notes will follow.

Marlon Brando was of course, the “Godfather, Vito Corleone,” in the superb film, “The Godfather.” 89 more words

TTYA - Dog Day Afternoon (1975)

I love John Cazale. I know that’s kind of off topic, but I just love him, he was a great actor.

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Sidney Lumet, director of 12 Angry Men, worked with Al Pacino on two projects (that I know of). 709 more words

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