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  • By Zachary Kinsler
    September 21, 2012
    08:42 AM

    convinced
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  • By Batzomon
    September 21, 2012
    05:48 PM

    Oh, Douglas Sirk, sometimes I think you're the only one who truly understood color in American cinema... *weeps quietly into couch as the setting sun falls upon my back*
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  • By DavidDR
    September 27, 2012
    05:27 PM

    Not just autumn. Nothing like Sirk, any day. :)
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  • By Dustin Blythe
    September 27, 2012
    06:42 PM

    My fave Sirk melodrama. Rock Hudson's dialogue sounds like nothing else in film, so hushed and soothing, as if it were recorded on a Dictaphone or in a quiet study. I wonder if the dramatic music and melodramatic subplot of "Send Me No Flowers" is a subtle send up of Hudson's Sirk roles?
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  • By oldfilmsflicker
    September 28, 2012
    01:54 AM

    god I love Sirk
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  • By max f.
    October 01, 2012
    09:44 PM

    Perfect timing. Sirk's ALL THAT HEAVEN ALLOWS has a FREE showing at 7:00 p.m., Friday, November 16th, at the Long Beach CA. Film Forum, 3701 E. Willow. It's in the school auditorium. Big screen, good sound, with an informal conversation after the movie. Usually 35-50 in attendance. Add it to your list of things to do. All part of our 9 week salute to "Universal Pictures, 100 Years". Bring a friend.
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