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Reality Czech
, January 15, 2002
With dissent looking dangerous in a nation suddenly too unified for its own good, the unlikely saga of the Plastic People of the Universe, the... More>>
Rite What You Know Rite What You Know
, January 15, 2002
Time of Favor, the first feature by 33-year-old Israeli writer-director Joseph Cedar, is a flawed but engrossing thriller. Highly atmospheric, it... More>>
Sexy Beasts and Sweet Nothings Sexy Beasts and Sweet Nothings
, January 15, 2002
All pulp may be proletarian, but surely some pulp is more equal than others. American and Asian pulp, for instance, have always had the racy... More>>
Boiling Points
, January 15, 2002
In the Japan Society's "Dark Visions," noir seems a catchall term for a group of loosely related psycho-thrillers, police procedurals, low-budget... More>>
The Mother and the Whore
, January 15, 2002
Bette Davis called Anna Magnani "the greatest actress I have ever seen"; Pauline Kael said she was "the most 'real' of actresses." The... More>>
Time (Clock of the Heart) Time (Clock of the Heart)
, January 08, 2002
Existential slapstick? Epistemological comedy? Buddhist farce? Whatever it is, Tsai Ming-liang's witty, wistful new film, What Time Is It There?,... More>>
The Body Artists
, January 08, 2002
This year's "Dance on Camera Festival" is heavy on explorations of character and psychic states. It embraces a starchy Canadian biopic about... More>>
Left Out in the Cold Left Out in the Cold
, January 08, 2002
"Except for health and money, all's well with me," a matchmaker cheerfully proclaims in The Vow (1937), one of the last Yiddish films to be made... More>>
Cooper Union
Shelf Life
, January 08, 2002
I feel it's possibly true that there are aliens on earth, and they work in television. —David Lynch Strange as it may seem that ABC wasted... More>>
The Boy Who Cried Wolf The Boy Who Cried Wolf
Vincent Cassel Lets His Hair Down
, January 08, 2002
Vincent Cassel, soon to be howling his way through the French martial-arts costume drama Brotherhood of the Wolf (opening January 11), has been... More>>
Mann Handled
, January 08, 2002
Andrea Weiss and Wieland Speck's Escape to Life: The Erika and Klaus Mann Story (Quad, opens January 11) chronicles the careers of Thomas Mann's... More>>
Citizen Park
, January 08, 2002
He took the presentation, which was like that thick, plopped it in front of me, and said, Leaf through it. . . . It was just like, This is the... More>>
The Connections The Connections
Perchance to Screen
, January 01, 2002
Year's end found Jonathan Franzen's third novel and Wes Anderson's third film occupying the same cultural space, yoked by some overlapping themes... More>>
Director's Cut Director's Cut
, January 01, 2002
Biopics about directors are a relatively late-blooming phenomenon—starting more or less with 1992's enervating Chaplin—because there's... More>>
Veteran Players, New Teams Veteran Players, New Teams
Company Flow
, January 01, 2002
"Film is one of the last bastions of entrepreneurial endeavor, and it's always reinventing itself in difficult times," says veteran producer Ed... More>>
The Anniversary Party
, January 01, 2002
It's easy to sympathize with repertory programmers: 52 weeks of screen time every year, and only so many international cinemas and revivable... More>>
Conquest of the Air Conquest of the Air
, December 25, 2001
Represented in recent years by films including The English Patient, The End of the Affair, and Pearl Harbor, the World War II-era love triangle... More>>
Sawdust and Tinsel
, December 25, 2001
The most influential Swedish filmmaker of the silent period was born in Finland of Russian-Jewish parentage. When Moshe Stiller was drafted into... More>>
The Sorrow and the P. Diddy The Sorrow and the P. Diddy
, December 25, 2001
As headlong wallows in hatred and degradation go, Marc Forster's Monster's Ball self-consciously outgrunges the year in American film, but the... More>>
Fight Songs Fight Songs
, December 25, 2001
Now that the western is no longer with us, there are three basic modes with which Hollywood represents history. The first is the Great Man... More>>
To the Manor Born To the Manor Born
, December 25, 2001
After some 30-odd years and almost as many features, Robert Altman finally gets around to fashioning a loving repro of his Rosetta stone with... More>>
Plastic Fantastic Plastic Fantastic
, December 18, 2001
"Much that once was is lost" is the poignant opening phrase in Peter Jackson's long-awaited, mega-million-dollar production of Lord of the Rings:... More>>
Keep the Home Fires Burning Keep the Home Fires Burning
, December 18, 2001
Lasse Hallström has warbled the Academy fight song for Miramax three Decembers running now, and The Shipping News is, in most respects,... More>>
The Rules of the Game The Rules of the Game
, December 18, 2001
Helplessly drawn to the spectacle of tragic genius yet routinely thwarted by its abstract dimensions, the Hollywood inspirational biopic has over... More>>
Space Odyssey
Michael Mann’s Vision Quest
, December 18, 2001
Of A-list journeymen directors, Michael Mann is a unique specimen with a disarming record of electrifying perfectly mundane... More>>
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