Peter Emmanuel Goldman's rarely screened debut, an underappreciated landmark of the New American Cinema, chronicles the lives of twenty-somethings adrift in New York City, finding ... See full summary »
Peter Emmanuel Goldman
The film is a sort of presentation of Franco Fortini's book 'I Cani del Sinai'. Fortini, an Italian Jew, reads excerpts from the book about his alienation from Judaism and from the social ... See full summary »
"The time is now, a numbing and timeless present of hospital stays, bureaucratic questioning, and wandering through remembered spaces... and suddenly it is also then, the mid '70s and the ... See full summary »
Well,I turned on TV last night at 00.35,thrilled by the strange title of what I thought it would've been an interesting weird essai movie.Instead,tons of photograms from unknown movies,commercials cut up from magazines and the author's annoying voice-over explaining the falseness of showbusiness...in French!!!with no subtitles!!!Anyway,buy the book,don't watch the movie!
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