The surest way to see if a film makes strong visual sense is to watch it with the sound turned off, a test plenty of today's movies would fail, given how many filmmakers rely on exposition and voiceovers to move things along. The chance to watch one of the great visual masters at work without sound, on the big screen and with live musical accompaniment, no less, is one of the rarest of pleasures—particularly at a time when the concept of the "movie event," as it plays out at the multiplex week after week, has become so distorted that it's ceased to mean... More >>>