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Cafe de Flore, The Fall, Klute - reviews

Films for the week ending 28.4.18

Café de Flore, Jean-Marc Vallée, 2012

The Fall, Tarsem Singh, 2006

Klute, Alan J. Pakula, 1971

Perhaps because I’ve enrolled on this particular course my awareness of aesthetics has been heightened, but these reviews will be limited to that aspect of the film – not whether I liked them or not. 644 more words

Notes

Obituary: Andy Lewis (1925-2018)

Andy Lewis, one of the second generation of dramatists who emerged at the end of the live television cycle, died on February 28 at the age of 92.   2,024 more words

Obituaries

Klute (1971)

This is a fine film in many ways. It held my attention, from beginning to end, with its dark, mysterious plot, while the script toyed with some… 261 more words

Podcast Feb 9 - The Cloverfield Paradox, Band Aid and Braven

Somewhat getting a bit too personal this week, Jimmy overshares alongside usual suspects Cory and Tristan as they dive into the latest films to hit theaters and streaming. 238 more words

Opinion

Grace and Frankie and the days when Jane Fonda was a kick-ass hooker

I’ve been watching the show Grace and Frankie on Netflix and have been marveling at how good Jane Fonda looks. I remember reading recently Megyn Kelly was interviewing Jane Fonda and asked her about her plastic surgery. 1,153 more words

70's

Best Writing (Original) - 1971

Official Nominations: The Hospital. Investigation of A Citizen Above Suspicion. Klute. Summer Of ’42. Sunday Bloody Sunday.

At least two films which seem like obvious choices, with  298 more words

The Oscars

Set the time machine for 1971

The other night at the Fair Grounds open mic, there was a trivia question for a prize – who performed in lieu of Bob Dylan at the Nobel presentation Easy-peasy – I shouted out Patti Smith. 166 more words

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