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Detroit - Bande-Annonce

Aujourd’hui, je suis tombée par hasard sur la bande-annonce de Detroit, un film de Kathryn Bigelow.

L’histoire

Un plongeon au coeur des émeutes qui ont secoué la ville de Detroit dans l’été 1967 … 384 more words

Bandes Annonces

DETROIT (2017)

A film by Kathryn Bigelow

Cast:  John Boyega, Anthony Mackie, Algee Smith 

The New film from Kathryn Bigelow The Algiers Motel incident, written by  John Hersey well he wrote the book.  331 more words

Drama

Strange Days feels more relevant in 2017 than it did in 1995.

I have just been to see Blade Runner 2049. I’m pleased to report it doesn’t disappoint. However, I don’t want to write about it, I think the less you know about the plot going in the better.

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Reviews

2017 Movie #109: Strange Days (1995)

Kathryn Bigelow’s Strange Days is a bizarre oddity of a film; it’s almost impossible to think that this film got made. This is an unwieldy film full of big ideas, ideas about race, about sex, visions of the future that prove prescient in some ways and bizarrely misguided in others. 486 more words

Movies

I Finally Watched It: Point Break


In recent years, the media at large has started to notice just how few successful women directors there are in Hollywood. The impetus for this was when Kathryn Bigelow directed a film that put her on everybody’s map. 498 more words

Movies To Watch If You Love Blade Runner

In light of the highly-anticipated Blade Runner 2049, here is a list of science fiction films that are recommended for fans of the original classic. 1,868 more words

Movies

Bigelow's bicycle: from De Sica to Detroit

Undertaking this research on the history of bicycles and cinema has involved looking differently at films. As well as noting those scenes in films and TV programmes where characters are riding bikes, trikes and all sorts of related mobility aids, I’ve found myself continually noticing the fleeting presence of bicycles in the background of street shots or dumped in the corners and hallways of characters’ houses. 924 more words