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1998 Stories by Leslie Camhi

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  • Home Ech

    published December 22, 1998

    Perfect homes, deranged women— amid the opulence of postwar suburbia, wives maintained facades of placid domesticity while controlling... More >>

  • Brussels Sprouts

    published December 8, 1998

    Having long lingered in the shadows of Paris, Brussels is now home to a vital if emerging film community. The 10-film Belgian series "Voice and... More >>

  • Iranian Cinema

    published November 24, 1998

    Censorship may have spurred Iranian filmmakers on to new and subtler forms of expression, but their works also draw upon a long artistic legacy.... More >>

  • Elsewhere

    published November 24, 1998

    Tourism and photography grew up together in the 19th century, and since then have been bound in codependency. The camera became the traveler's... More >>

  • Man of Iran

    published November 17, 1998

    In the West, he's the lesser-known member of the great triumvirate that includes Abbas Kiarostami and Mohsen Makhmalbaf, but he's also Iran's... More >>

  • With the Little People

    published November 3, 1998

    A fairy shoe was brought to America by an Irish writer in the 1920s. Examination under a microscope at Harvard revealed tiny hand stitches, and... More >>

  • Recent Films From Germany

    published November 3, 1998

    Identity is a myth," we're told at the end of Barluschke, Thomas Heise's fascinating, elliptical, and deeply disturbing documentary about a... More >>

  • A French Connection

    published October 27, 1998

    An airy loft in a busy, workaday neighborhood of Paris, the offices of Why Not productions are humming. For a bit of quiet, Pascal Caucheteux goes... More >>

  • Agit Pop

    published October 20, 1998

    Want to fight fundamentalism? Go make a musical! Such is the beguiling logic of Youssef Chahine, Egypt's irrepressible, preeminent filmmaker. His... More >>

  • Bleak House

    published October 6, 1998

    It can start with a peculiarly quiet breakfast, an unshaven afternoon, a gesture of affection shrugged off or rejected. La Separation follows a... More >>

  • Drawing Room

    published September 29, 1998

    Stay-at-home artists, introverted, obsessive, and a bit batty, are stepping into the limelight, with work that harkens back to a handmade era and... More >>

  • Woman on the Verge

    published July 14, 1998

    Japanese physicists recently confirmed the physical mass of the neutrino, the tiniest particle ever discovered. The news rattled scientists around... More >>

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