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By Craig J. Clark November 20, 201208:55 AM
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“Though the print says Turkish, director Haynes says Moroccan. No harm done. Great piece and the film is magnificent.”
Michael Brakemeyer on Todd Haynes on Ali: Fear Eats the Soul, 25 minutes ago.
“I agree. Hitchcock's images are quite compelling enough as they are; that's what makes Hitchcock, Hitchcock. The jiggling, pulsating effect here produces a rather silly result. But perhaps the . . .”
Michael K. on Eyes of Hitchcock, about 2 hours ago.
“Ali is Moroccan not Turkish. ”
Kinopravda86 on Todd Haynes on Ali: Fear Eats the Soul, about 2 hours ago.
“Thank you! Peter was an incredible man and I'll miss him.”
Dennis Doros on A Tribute to Peter von Bagh, about 3 hours ago.
“Stanley Kubrick's favorite movie”
ScRL on Scenes from the Set of Eraserhead, about 3 hours ago.
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