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Peter Bart: When Sexuality Onscreen Was Sexy, Not Self-Destructive

Sex is getting a raw deal in movies and TV. That rather unoriginal idea occurred to me this week as I revisited two sterling late-‘60s movies, … 568 more words


Imaginary Mountains

Imaginary Mountains
By Israfel Sivad

There’s so little of my life that I want to remember and so little of it that I can’t forget, but you can never escape your memories. 2,959 more words

Andrew's Songs

the world by the well.

beside the well we find ourselves.

perhaps for reasons unclear to us

but here we are, both empty and guarded

we spill ourselves into its dark void… 113 more words

The Graduate: Revisited

“Getting lost is just another way of saying ‘going exploring.”
Justina Chen, North of Beautiful

I’ve never heard of Justina Chen, but I think these words are pretty apt.

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The Graduate

Best Picture - 1967

Official Nominations: In The Heat Of The Night. Bonnie And Clyde. Doctor Dolittle. The Graduate. Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner.

As mentioned in my Awards summary post, this year marked a major shift in US culture, and in the movies which viewers wanted to see. 887 more words

The Oscars

Harold & Maude (1971) - Revisited: 2016 Film-A-Day 80

Dark comedy and tonnes of suicide jokes mask over what is in fact a cleverly masked parody of The Graduate (1967).

Harold and Maude is one of the strangest pieces of cinema you can find. 326 more words

2016 Film-A-Day

One Song/Three Versions - Mrs. Robinson

And here’s to you
Mrs. Robinson
Jesus loves you more than you will know
Whoa, whoa, whoa

God bless you please, Mrs. Robinson
Heaven holds a place for those who pray…
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