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David Hollingsworth: “A very raw and brutal masterwork about the bleak nature of violence against humanity that remains one of Peckinpah's toughest classics.”
David Hollingsworth: “The 'Hitchcockian' style started here. A chilling tale of a killer on the loose than set the template for other 'killer thrillers' for years to come. ”
David Hollingsworth: “A poetic and sublime ghost story that gets to the heart of the struggle of men and the desperation of women, especially during wartime.”
David Hollingsworth: “One of the new millennium's greatest and most darkly honest films about adolescent anxiety with a witty script and near-perfect performances. ”
David Hollingsworth: “A compellingly simple, but epic depiction of a woman becoming psychologically undone by the mundanity of life that remains truthful to this very day.”
David Hollingsworth: “One of the forgotten teenage masterworks of the 1980s that has stunning cinematography, amazing intensity and an incredible cast!”
David Hollingsworth: “This remains an incredible example of how great chemistry can turn into a great film! The start of one of the most amazing duos in film history.”
With its jazzy Michel Legrand score, pastel paradise of costumes, and divine supporting cast (George Chakiris, Grover Dale, Danielle Darrieux, Michel Piccoli, and Gene Kelly), The Young Girls of Rochefort is a tribute to Hollywood optimism from sixties French cinema’s preeminent dreamer.
David Hollingsworth: “Just may be the most unique musical in the history of cinema! It doesn't hurt that it features a stunning performance by Deneuve herself. ”
David Hollingsworth: “An incredibly timeless, and landmark film from Antonioni about the dangers of seeing with one's own eyes, and a look into a vanished era of society.”