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Things To Come

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Mia Hansen-Løve’s fifth feature film as a director plays out a little like an archetypal country-and-western song: our hero (in this case, Isabelle Huppert’s Nathalie) loses a succession of the most valuable things and people in her life, yet somehow gets by, and even gets stronger. 419 more words

Film Reviews

Waiting for the Big One

I picked up a copy of British Film Editors by Roy Perkins & Martin Stollery. Very good! Specially-conducted interviews with lots of big names — Jim Clark, Antony Gibbs, Tony Lawson, Mick Audsley — but also a great gathering of archive material to assemble a history of the craft of editing in the UK. 523 more words

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Is the Demotion of Stephen Bannon a Sign of Things to Come? 

From Crush the Street, by Joshua Enomoto

In an unusual flurry of activity at the White House, chief strategist Stephen Bannon was removed from the National Security Council by President Trump. 617 more words

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

Review: 'Things to Come' (L'Avenir) (2016)

Mia Hansen-Løve’s latest directional accomplishment features none other than the esteemed Isabelle Huppert, proving that together they can do no wrong. Things to Come is an uncannily perceptible portrait of an aging woman whose domestic life is dramatically overturned. 239 more words

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Things to Come

It is hard to imagine a circumstance in which a collaboration between revered French actress Isabelle Huppert and writer/director Mia Hansen-Love (Father of my Children… 657 more words

Film News And Reviews

"Metropolis" v. "Things to Come"--Whose Future?

H.G. Wells is on record as having declared that he wanted “Things To Come,” the 1936 British film based upon his speculative writings to be nothing like Fritz Lang’s 1927 film “Metropolis.” Although Lang’s film, based upon a script by his then-wife Thea von Harbou, owed more than a little to Wells’ own 1895 novel “The Time Machine,” Wells now felt that his earlier vision of mankind devolved into bestial workers who toil under the ground and effete pleasure-lovers who exist above it was overly-simplified. 505 more words

Film Criticism

Things to Come!

Hi everyone! Today I thought I would do something different and tell you a few things I have planned for my next posts and things coming in the next few months. 340 more words

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