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Criterion Collection 9h
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"The music for A WOMAN UNDER THE INFLUENCE is basically about love...It’s about loving somebody, loving your family, loving them no matter what.”
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Criterion Collection 10h
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"Dietrich’s beauty is something you feel she is creating and performing—through makeup, costumes, lighting, expressions, gestures—and this makes it somehow more, rather than less, enthralling.”
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"Even more than the casual perfection of her saunter and her offhand gestures, it is her air of not caring that sets her apart. She wears it like a perfume, like a veil, like her own special lighting."
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IndieWire 12h
Ari Aster’s Favorite Movies: Director Shares His Love of 25 Films by Scorsese, Haneke, and More
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With just piano & guitar, longtime Cassavetes collaborator Bo Harwood created a score that highlights the melancholy in A WOMAN UNDER THE INFLUENCE. In a new video by , watch the composer reflect on his memories from the production of the film:
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"Dietrich was an artist whose artwork was herself; she applied virtuoso technique to the craft of becoming the image she and her director envisioned." Read Imogen Sara Smith on the sexually authoritative, coolly insolent persona of Marlene Dietrich:
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The Daily 12h
Bo Harwood on composing the score of John Cassavetes’s A WOMAN UNDER THE INFLUENCE (1974) (8’42”)
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For Philippine master Lino Brocka, casting a mix of nonprofessional and professional actors was key to achieving his brand of unvarnished naturalism.
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BFI 19h
"True elegance for me is the manifestation of an independent mind." - Isabella Rossellini
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Criterion Channel Jun 17
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Criterion Collection Jun 17
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The Daily Jun 17
Setsuko Hara, June 17, 1920 – September 5, 2015. With Yasujiro Ozu on the set of TOKYO STORY (1953).
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Farran Nehme Jun 17
If you are in search of something to watch for Setsuko Hara's birthday (of course you are!), there are a lot of her films playing now. One of my favorites is Repast (1951, Mikio Naruse).
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Criterion Collection Jun 16
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Criterion Collection Jun 16
Criterion Blu-rays are 2 for £25 until tomorrow!
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Criterion Collection Jun 16
Bette Midler and Vilmos Zsigmond on the set of THE ROSE 🌹✨💗
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Janus Films Jun 15
ONE SINGS, THE OTHER DOESN'T opens in Manhattan today!
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