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“A wonderful tune and wonderful playing.”
Graham on David Mansfield Plays “Heaven’s Gate Waltz”, about 1 hour ago.
“1) The blazing, sneaky satire that penetrates throughout the film.
2) Ennio Morricone's brilliant score.
3) One of the most disturbingly underrated, and excruciatingly relevant films ever made. ”
Sidney on Three Reasons: Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion, about 5 hours ago.
“1. Gian Maria Volonté
2. The score by Ennio Morricone.
3. Elio Petri's direction.”
LJ on Three Reasons: Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion, about 7 hours ago.
“Happy birthday samurai ”
Mohammed on Happy Birthday, Handsome, about 11 hours ago.
“And of course, I don't know if his name is in the credits, but Anton LeVay - the founder of San Francisco's Church of Satan - plays the role of the Devil in this film - impregnating the unwitting . . .”
Austin on (Almost) All of Them Witches, about 21 hours ago.
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