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Barfly (1987) Film Review by Gareth Rhodes

Barfly (1987) Directed by Barbet Schroeder. With Mickey Rourke, Faye Dunaway and Alice Krige.


The semi-autobiographical tale of poet and author, Charles Bukowski, Barfly is a pidgeon-hole view into a time of alcoholism, set around various dive bars of downtrodden Los Angeles in the 1980’s. 263 more words

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2015 Blind Spot Series: "Network"

“Network” is a film that I have probably seen if you piece together all of the portions I’ve watched over time. But it qualified as a Blind Spot because I had never sat down and watched it through. 599 more words

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'The Bye Bye Man' Says Hi To Carrie-Anne Moss, Faye Dunaway

Horror film The Bye Bye Man has rounded out its cast, adding Carrie-Anne Moss and Faye Dunaway, along with Cleo King, Jenna Kanell, and Erica Tremblay. 195 more words

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Wilhelmina Cooper

Dutch born Wilhelmina Cooper was one of the most famous and striking looking models of the 50’s and 60’s.

After her modelling Carrer she founded Wilhelmina models, the first model agency alongside Ford models at the time, where she helped Naomi Sims become the first African-American supermodel at the time. 22 more words


Bonnie and Clyde

This 1967 classic tells the story of Bonnie and Clyde, the Depression-era outlaws with one simple objective: “We rob banks.”

Arthur Penn’s movie humanises Bonnie and Clyde without glamorising them. 177 more words


NOIRVEMBER 018 ~ Bonnie + Clyde

CRIME DOESN’T PAY is an old crime comic they used to put out and in it the criminals always had to come unstuck, or usually flat out die, just so the book wasn’t glorifying crime and criminals and fuelling a whole generational shift to just taking what we want because that Baby Boomer work ethic surely wasn’t going to stick, right? 774 more words


Netflix Film of the Week: Barfly

The FILM IN WORDS Netflix Film of the Week: helping you navigate the filmic minefield of the nation’s favourite video streaming service. Words: 423 more words
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