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“This is one the most wonderful things I have read. Thank you Violet for bleeding your heart out. Thank you Charles Taylor for the beautiful essay. I too love this incredible film.”
Sanker on Y tu mamá también: Dirty Happy Things, about 4 hours ago.
“This film is everything to me. I don't think I have adequate words, but here I go anyway. Do you ever see a film & think, "This is it. This is my film. The people who created it don't know I . . .”
Violet on Y tu mamá también: Dirty Happy Things, about 11 hours ago.
“Just watched & wanted to say thanks for the recc! ... I'm a convert now -- & WaWAtS joins the growing ranks of my very favorite Japanese films -- a list I'd probably enjoy compiling . . .”
Ignatz Deefel on What’s Happening on Hulu, about 12 hours ago.
“Perfect essay. Couldn't have said it better myself. What a great film.”
obscuredbyclouds on Y tu mamá también: Dirty Happy Things, about 16 hours ago.
“I appreciated this insightful, sensuous exploration of the aural dimensions of this masterpiece. Marker's film is so idiosyncratic in its visual presentation that it's usually remembered and . . .”
Barry Moore on Listening to La Jetée, about 19 hours ago.
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