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Bonnie and Clyde

"This here's Miss Bonnie Parker. I'm Clyde Barrow. We rob banks."
- Clyde Barrow
Dir: Arthur Penn

DoP: Burnett Guffey

Year: 1967

Country: USA

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Network

This Oscar winner is a satirical black comedy about the state of journalism and corporations in America. Although this film was originally released in 1976, it feels quite relevant as it explores topics such as downsizing, ageism, capitalist greed in decision making and the sensationalism in dramatic reality tv…before there was reality tv. 61 more words

About Working Movie

I often say the last role I played that really touched me and where I was able to access what I really am was Bonnie, which is kind of sad when you think how early in my career that was. 7 more words

Faye Dunaway

George Hurrell and Mommie Dearest

Famed Hollywood photographer George Hurrell began his artistic life as a painter. He began to use a camera to photograph his artwork. Hurrell soon found out that he could make more money as a photographer. 173 more words

Photography

Network

I have been writing essays for the past month so I haven’t really had the time to write reviews or go to the cinema. While this may sound like I am making excuses for lack of regular uploads, which is something that I have never done (both excuses and regular content), this is important as it tells you that instead of watching new releases I have gone back to the classics that I could find either in my University Library or on Netflix. 512 more words

What Did I Just Watch?

Network (1976)

“I’m mad as hell, and I’m not going to take it anymore!”

I took some journalism classes a few years ago, and the thing that sticks with me the most is this notion of the role of the media: ideally to seek the truth and report it. 814 more words

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Chinatown Podcast

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Meara Brady, Jeff Broitman, and Rebecca Martin talk Roman Polanski’s “Chinatown” (1974)

When Los Angeles private eye J.J. “Jake” Gittes (Jack Nicholson) is hired by Evelyn Mulwray to investigate her husband’s activities, he believes it’s a routine infidelity case. 55 more words