Glad you enjoyed it
This Is The Life was a very insightful piece. She's obviously a genius, and if you need validation of her genius go listen to her work with Jyant as parts of Figures of Speech. They can improvise complex meaningful content in speed, and I mean speed. You could barely talk that fast without rhyming.
Masterpiece in my opinion. If you are a poet or an admirer of tongue contortions or rhyming you may see the beauty in the improvisational techniques, much like the solos of Parker or Davis, but with textual meaning creating about of our entrapment in this world of language, enclosed, contained, we cannot escape it, we can only refine it to its limits.
What a cold world
A film that must be comprehended sensually and felt rather than interpreted and understood cerebrally. Reminiscent of Bresson's quote: "I'd rather people feel a film before understanding it."
Please add Lost Book Found (1996).
Kindly add, “The Incident” (1967).
Where might i find this film? I've searched all over Google and KG, but could not find anything on it. ClockworkDaisyBlues, can you help out since, you're a fan of this film and have presumably seen it. I'd be very grateful
Can be seen here: http://www.ubu.com/film/lawder_color.html
Watch it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hD6B2Cxbwhw
A Grand Film.
The most innovative crime thriller I have seen to date. The guitar score supplements wonderfully to the narrative.
The quintessential caper.
Top notch black and white expressionist cinematography. Di Palma is the man to applaud.
The final sequence was devastating, and the damage inflicted upon my heart irreparable.
Alan Ladd was terrific in his role. A major work of inspiration for Melville's "Le Samurai".
Sometimes I question my heterosexuality, how intensely I rejoice from Robinson's cinematic presence.