Neither Silver Lode nor Frontier Marshall prepared me for Cattle Queen of Montana. Per your favorites, I'm now off to see Tennessee's Partner. Should this be seen in 1.33:1 or the Superscope format?
It looks like amongst all my MUBI friends only you share my very low opinion of the awfully boring and theoretical "surrealist" film Le sang d'un poete. What a supermarket of borrowed symbols and more importantly what a clunker! Anyway recently revisited it. Hope you are well.
Bonjour Kleber. Je remarque que vous n' avez pas aimé " La vie d' Adèle ". Pourquoi ?
Well, Kleber, It looks like I'll have to add Comencini to my list of directors to explore. If I had thought about him in the past, my attitude was quite similar to yours, but your remarks on Till Marriage Do Us Part sound very appealing to me. I have always loved many Italian films and filmmakers, and have been drawn to them especially in recent years as a needed relief from the essentially cool nature of most contemporary films. Matarazzo, whom you sum up very well to our friend Corazon, has provided much pleasure, along with Cottafavi, Rossellini, Visconti. Lattuada, and De Santis. /// I'm jealous that you got to see So This Is Paris which I haven't been able to see for too many years. There's a videotape that turns up occasionally on Ebay for at least 150 bucks, and that's too much for my limited means, even for Lubitsch! /// Is there any attention being paid in Paris to Sarah Polley's three films?