Saw My Night at Maud's recently, LOVED it. What do you recommend as my next Rohmer?
You can't go wrong, Rohmer is so insane! Second (maybe) only to Bergman in what I dub the "actually intelligent writing" department. Since you started with Maud's I would keep going in order to finish off the moral tales, so Claire's Knee and then Love in the Afternoon (both are absurd), after that I would go back and hit La Collectionneuse, followed by Pauline at the Beach. Those are what I would consider TOP TOP tier, but rounding out the rest of the moral tales is also reasonable. Lots of Rohmer I've yet to see :|
I just finished the series tonight actually :) My god, so damn good- it might just eclipse Twin Peaks as my fav show ever. The ending blew me away
I haven't seen The Wire yet (although I have a friend who absolutely adores it). Do you think Tony dies at the end? I've been reading this piece and it offers a pretty convincing argument that he was: http://masterofsopranos.wordpress.com/the-sopranos-definitive-explanation-of-the-end/
nope. actually the LOL means 'what dude? you actually liked a spielberg movie? what's wrong with you?' i mean i was feeling and seeing all the spielberguisms but for some reason or other they were just unimportant....how come was I so forgiving? i don't really know. as for my best they're on my 'about me' as you did see. was a great year i'm still listing my films. blu-ray huh? i don't even have a blu-ray player let alone blu-ray films. bah. 'damsell in distress' what is that? did not see that one...'the master' was great but the more i think about it the more i think meh not really. it's the memory working on it you know? i preferred our films - meaning Portuguese (you should try and see some of them) - and 'holy motors' etc etc...but 'the master' had great things, maybe a tad too Kubrickian for me...stay well man.
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