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2002 Stories by Nick Rutigliano

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  • Abstract Plain

    published December 3, 2002

    The heftiest entry (though not quite the longest) in this year's Expo short-film fest is undoubtedly Alexander Sokurov's 47-minute Elegy of a... More >>

  • Bigger They Come

    published August 13, 2002

    No need to bet your bottom Sacagawea dollar on it: Given that Lewis & Clark: Great Journey West (at the Loews IMAX) was produced by... More >>

  • The King and I

    published July 2, 2002

    Elvis Presley died, so we made new ones. Actually, production just expanded when last century's great postage stamp overnighted himself into the... More >>

  • Heads or Ponytails

    published May 28, 2002

    Less a "restored classic" (per press notes) than a playful, scruffy alternative to the fastidiously orchestrated spectacles currently on offer,... More >>

  • Beasts of Burden

    published April 16, 2002

    In space, nobody can hear you scream as you feverishly impregnate a panting harem of Laika-like test critters—but somebody might want to... More >>

  • Conduct Unbecoming

    published April 9, 2002

    Given his track record, it'd seem quarrelsome to accuse Barry Sonnenfeld of harboring any world-historic pretensions. Leave it to world history,... More >>

  • Fratcatcher

    published March 26, 2002

    OK men, listen up: Girls got it rough. From leg stubble to heavy menstrual flow to feminism, the ladies have problems galore. Fortunately, they've... More >>

  • Dear Valued Customer

    published March 12, 2002

    The title is something of a misnomer. Sure there's a mess of crisp greenbacks flaunted (even production-wise—the asphalt sparkles) throughout... More >>

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