Flashback: Jacques Tati
By Peter Cowie
Repertory Pick: Devilish Fun at the Brattle
Marcello Mastroianni on Fellini
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By Gary Giddins
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By Jonathan Rosenbaum
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“Thank you, Mr. Cowie, for this interesting and endearing anecdote. Tati, one of my favorite directors, remains one of history's great filmmakers, and seems to have overall been a fine human . . .”
Barry Moore on Flashback: Jacques Tati, 20 minutes ago.
“Gordon was a terrific character actress, who came into her own as a film performer in the autumn of her years. Like Thelma Ritter, it was as if Gordon was born to play older characters. The . . .”
Barry Moore on Repertory Pick: Devilish Fun at the Brattle, 29 minutes ago.
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Patrick on Exchanging Defective Discs, 43 minutes ago.
“Thanks Peter ELBH ("Every Little Bit Helps")”
Gideon Bachmann on Marcello Mastroianni on Fellini, about 4 hours ago.
“Very revealing, Gideon, even poignant.”
Peter Cowie on Marcello Mastroianni on Fellini, about 4 hours ago.
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