Tributes - Retrospectives - Cinema on cinema
| 13 minutes | 2012
A young woman, sicker than those who dare eat the food at the all-night diner she's perched in, catches an eerie reflection of herself as a child, inspiring a topsy-turvy cataclysm, hermetically sealed within a huge wheel rolling through a movie studio, in Phillip Barker's astounding mind-fuck that proves, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that the greatest manifestations of worlds in collision are etched upon the rivulets of an artist's cerebellum and subsequently fed through cinema's sausage tube of joy to produce mounds of minced delights encased in rapture.
As part of RÉTROSPECTIVE ET CLASSE DE MAÎTRE PHILLIP BARKER
Come meet the filmmaker Paul Schrader (American Gigolo, Cat People, etc.). His influences (Dreyer, Bresson or Ozu), Hollywood, writing Taxi Driver, filming...
13 minutes | 0
In the 1940s, former delinquent Jake La Motta finds an outlet for his pent-up rage in professional boxing. There are those classics that stand the test of...
UNITED STATES | 13 minutes | 1980
A village deep in the New Hampshire forest, a world-weary police officer, a dishonest businessman, a union leader’s suspicious death. Those are the...
UNITED STATES | 13 minutes | 1998
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