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Watch: See Viola Davis, Uma Thurman, Elizabeth Banks & More Read Marilyn Monroe's Unpublished Diaries in Exclusive Trailer for 'Love, Marilyn' (Video)

28 November 2012 8:26 AM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Relying heavily on newly-unearthed personal writings and rare archival footage, Liz Garbus' "Love, Marilyn" constructs a nuanced mosaic of the mysterious inner life of the famous actress by enlisting an array of modern stars (including Marisa Tomei, Glenn Close, Viola Davis, Elizbabeth Banks and Lindsay Lohan) for dramatic readings from Monroe's unpublished diaries. The film opens November 30 in New York at Film Forum, and will be released on HBO in 2013. Indiewire has the exclusive trailer for the documentary. In his rave review out of Telluride, where the film world premiered last Fall, Eric Kohn wrote: "Attempts to explore Monroe's off-screen persona in narrative form, including last year's 'My Week With Marilyn' and Nicolas Roeg's 'Insignificance,'tend to embellish on the actress' personality by nature of their interpretative format. 'Love, Marilyn' achieves greater clarity by letting the actress lead the way....

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- Chris Pomorski

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Watch: See Viola Davis, Uma Thurman, Elizabeth Banks & More Read Marilyn Monroe's Unpublished Diaries in Exclusive Trailer for 'Love, Marilyn' (Video)

28 November 2012 8:26 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Relying heavily on newly-unearthed personal writings and rare archival footage, Liz Garbus' "Love, Marilyn" constructs a nuanced mosaic of the mysterious inner life of the famous actress by enlisting an array of modern stars (including Marisa Tomei, Glenn Close, Viola Davis, Elizbabeth Banks and Lindsay Lohan) for dramatic readings from Monroe's unpublished diaries. The film opens November 30 in New York at Film Forum, and will be released on HBO in 2013. Indiewire has the exclusive trailer for the documentary. In his rave review out of Telluride, where the film world premiered last Fall, Eric Kohn wrote: "Attempts to explore Monroe's off-screen persona in narrative form, including last year's 'My Week With Marilyn' and Nicolas Roeg's 'Insignificance,'tend to embellish on the actress' personality by nature of their interpretative format. 'Love, Marilyn' achieves greater clarity by letting the actress lead the way. »

- Chris Pomorski

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Interview: Theresa Russell of Track 29

17 February 2012 3:13 PM, PST | Disc Dish | See recent Disc Dish news »

Disc Dish recently spoke with actress Theresa Russell on the eve of the release of Track 29, (DVD $14.98, Image Entertainment, available on Feb. 21, 2012), the 1988 comedy-drama in which she stars alongside Gary Oldman (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy), Christopher Lloyd (Piranha) and Sandra Bernhard (Dinner Rush).

Written by Dennis Potter and directed by Ms. Russell’s then-husband Nicolas Roeg (The Man Who Fell To Earth), Track 29 is an eccentric fantasy-reality juggler if ever there was one. In it, she portrays Linda, a bored housewife who becomes captivated by the handsome young hitchhiker Martin (Oldman), who suddenly “drops” into her life. After Martin claims that he’s the child that she gave up for adoption after a teen pregnancy, Linda must deal with a series of increasingly bizarre events, which may or may not be transpiring solely in her own lonely head.

Not a great film but far from a forgettable one, »

- Laurence

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The Best Blu-ray Discs of 2011

2 January 2012 6:07 PM, PST | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Best Contemporary Titles

Winner: "The Tree of Life"

Runner-up: "Black Swan"

Love it or hate it, Terrence Malick's "The Tree of Life" is visually the most luscious film of the year and Blu-ray transfer recreates this in perfect detail. No digital artifacts or enhancements are done here, there is a bit of grain but that's expected with the photography on offer, while the IMAX 65mm sequences are true visual wonders.

Coming in second is my favourite film of last year, Darren Aronofsky's psychological thriller "Black Swan". Here is a challenge of a different sort, a film shot on both 16mm film and off the shelf Dslr video cameras. The result is a deliberately soft and grainy handheld-style image which lends a realistic documentary feel to proceedings and could look terrible if the Blu-ray transfer was handled poorly. Full kudos to Fox for a high quality presentation lacking in »

- Garth Franklin

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