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The Endless Struggles of an Artist

by Drew Phillips

Created 08/05/12

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Criterion sure likes to celebrate not only art films, but films about those who truly excel at their craft

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  • By Rasa
    August 05, 2012
    10:12 PM

    great list! Love that you included An Angel at My Table to the list.
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    • By Drew Phillips
      August 05, 2012
      10:44 PM

      I actually thought of and made this list while watching An Angel at My Table! Such a strong movie
  • By futurestar
    August 07, 2012
    04:35 PM

    a virtual, visual library on some of our cinematic, classical moments held timeless in celluloid. thanks.
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  • By Iza Larize
    August 26, 2012
    11:15 AM

    This is a very nice list. So right on. Thanks for including "Chasing Amy"!
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    • By Drew Phillips
      September 04, 2012
      07:05 PM

      You're plenty welcome! I love Chasing Amy so much!
  • By endo
    August 28, 2012
    02:32 AM

    Wonderful varied list. Lots I haven't seen, but will check out. Thanks!
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  • By Natalie
    August 30, 2012
    04:30 PM

    Is it true that the Criterion issue of The Horses Mouth, which I'd love to own, has been edited and abridged,. is the shrinking sculpture sequence missing , or just a bad print purchased via Amazon?
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    • By Drew Phillips
      September 01, 2012
      12:10 PM

      I've never heard of that issue. I've only seen it on TCM and that scene was in tact. Hit up Criterionforum.org and see what they know about it
  • By some_guy
    January 15, 2013
    03:39 PM

    Rembrandt??
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