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‘Wish I Was Here’ curses at death, laughs at life

Yes, the verb’s in the wrong mood in the title: It’s indicative where it should be subjunctive: Wish I We...

‘The Nance’ funny and painful, historical and modern

“The Nance,” a stage play written by Douglas Carter Beane, presents a gay old time in the homosexual hist...

'Evergreen: The Road to Legalization' comprehensively surveys the issue

"Evergreen: The Road to Legalization" fulfills the promise of its title. In an information-packed 86 minute...

‘Third Person’ is unrewardingly complicated

The complications of this film start with the title. “Third Person” refers, of course, to pronoun usage: ...

‘Obvious Child’ plays it honest — and funny

Not since 1972 has abortion been treated with so much compassion, humor, honesty and reality. November 1972 was when ...

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Wild Grass
Breezy and entertaining, Wild Grass showcases iconic French New Wave director Alain Resnais' love of the theater of the absurd, especially Samuel Beckett and Eugene Ionesco. In other words, the story includes flights of fanciful interior monologues interlaced with realistic…
Countdown to Zero
Familiar but still terrifying footage of A-bomb tests from the 1940s Los Alamos project set the opening scene for the sobering documentary Countdown to Zero. In it, director Lucy Walker amply and effectively illustrates the history of nuclear weapons. Given…
Kurosawa at 100 Part 5
July 30th to August 2nd Webster University's "Kurosawa at 100" film series concludes its centennial anniversary of the birth of legendary Japanese director Akira Kurosawa. The four films featured, made between 1961 and 1990, are: Yojimbo, Sanjuro, Kagemusha, and Dreams.…
The marvelous restoration of Metropolis
Initially released in 1927, Metropolis is among the most iconic and influential films ever. Way ahead of his time, Viennese-born director Fritz Lang presented a socially powerful critique of the exploitation of masses of workers by the hedonistic upper class.…
Coco Chanel and Igor Stravinsky
From the kaleidoscopic opening titles that simulate three dimensions and a bit of vertigo, Coco Chanel and Igor Stravinsky displays the exquisite art direction that alone makes this film a visual feast worth seeing. The swirling, introductory patterns find their…
Kurosawa at 100 Part 4
Webster University's "Kurosawa at 100" film series celebrates the centennial anniversary of the birth of legendary Japanese director Akira Kurosawa. It continues Friday, July 23rd to Monday, July 26th with four films directed between 1958 and 1965. They are: Hidden…
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