DVD of the Week: Petropolis (2009)

The camera drifts above endless miles of mist-shrouded forest, following the meandering course of an old river. The soundtrack is rich with the sounds of birds and other wildlife. Then, as it rises over a tree-covered ridge, a different view opens up before us: what looks like an obliterated landscape stretching to the horizon. We […]

Blasts from the past

Antonio Pietrangeli’s I Knew Her Well (1965): Criterion Blu-ray review

Zale Dalen’s Skip Tracer (1977)
& the Canadian tax shelter era

Subverting propaganda:
Keisuke Kinoshita and World War II

Speed reviewing, Nov. 2019 – part three

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