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posted "A deceptively simple and profound exploration of life and cinema" about Taste of Cherry - Criterion Collection.   July 19, 2010
A deceptively simple and profound explor
A middle-aged and middle class man drives through the streets of Tehran, searching for someone who might assist him. He turns away the eager men who c
posted "A potent depiction of extremism, its motives and consequences; a timely reflection on a pivotal episode in German history" about The Baader Meinhof Complex.   February 13, 2010
A potent depiction of extremism, its mot
The Baader Meinhof Complex is an at once exhilarating and horrific depiction of the rise and fall of a very prominent left-wing extremist group in '70
posted "A very exciting thriller: Hitchcockian intrigue keeps you guessing throughout this French "Fugitive"-style film" about Tell No One.   October 14, 2008
A very exciting thriller: Hitchcockian i
This is a very exciting thriller, in the tradition of American films like The Fugitive, but with a unique edge that makes it distinctively French and
posted "Gorgeously filmed and elaborately constructed conceptual tour-de-force" about A Zed & Two Noughts.   January 31, 2008
Gorgeously filmed and elaborately constr
I am very excited that Zeitgeist is putting out this new dvd transfer of this exceptional film. This is Peter Greenaway at his finest, his obsession w
posted "Fun flick, with a very inventive use of subtitles" about Night Watch.   June 20, 2006
Fun flick, with a very inventive use of
I'm not going to comment on the film in general, since there are lots of reviews that have already done that. I enjoyed it quite a bit -- a nice and i
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