(Carl Theodore Dreyer). Carl Theodore Dreyer’s 1928 feature is the one of the culminating masterpieces of European silent cinema. Shot almost entirely in close-up, the movie is ecstatically claustrophobic.
Fri., March 13, 6:50 & 9:15 p.m., 2009
"More than any other contemporary African-American athlete, his ability to thrive in the pressure cooker of corporate America, while never making any embarrassing 'I’m not black, I’m universal' comments or selling his soul rather than just his visage, makes him a role model"
“Though his work for human rights is unassailable, the books grow worse and worse, the tales of his derring-do more and more farfetched. Finally, without at all forgiving him his lies, one feels sorry for Kosinski.”