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Patrick: “Maude loves organic wine”
Patrick: “The 5 hour version has it all.”
Patrick: “Nobody captures the human face like Sven Nykvist.”
Patrick: “One of the highlights of the year for me. Glad this is in good hands.”
Patrick: “Chaplin seemed to make all the right choices. The ending is simple but perfect and heartwarming.”
Patrick: “Who needs fancy camera movement when Chaplin is in the frame?”
Patrick: “A lesson in suspenseful pacing.”
Patrick: “Oh, if I could watch this every time like it was the first!
The suspense is unnerving at times.”
Patrick: “Simple, honest and at times - devastating.”
Patrick: “A simple story that is exceptionally directed, acted and lensed.”
Patrick: “Huppert is magnificent.
The land, the mood, the sense of gloom - stay with you.”
Patrick: “Brian Crookshank is the greatest film alias”
Patrick: “Overflowing with inspiration and creativity”
Patrick: “I love you, Criterion. Thank you!”
Patrick: “A full plate of political intrigue, brainwashing and paranoia. One of the best from the 60s. Let's add Seven Days in May and complete the trilogy!”
Patrick: “It's been analyzed over and over but it really is a lot of fun!”
Patrick: “Thomas Mitchell's 1939. Not too bad at all.”
Patrick: “The toy car has never looked better.
Kidding aside, there's a lot to love here. Classic Hitchcock.”
Patrick: “You should go down to Lansky's...”
Patrick: “The contender scene never fails to move me with its brilliance. Two great actors, one unforgettable and heartbreaking scene.”
Patrick: “Hafsi Herzi is a scene-stealer.
This one gets better with each viewing.”
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