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Kamis, 31 Maret 2011

HAIR + LINER


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Leon Barsha - The Pace That Thrills (1952)

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"Chills and spills in the fast-paced world of motorcycle racing."
Dick "Dusty" Weston (Bill Williams) is a brash, womanizing professional motorcycle racer, who has been known to cheat his way to a victory. He and clean-cut engineer Chris Rhodes (Steve Flagg) both work for the Barton Motorcycle Company. Enter Eve Drake (Carla Balenda), a beautiful and opinionated newspaper reporter who gets a "crash course" in the rough-and-tumble world of motorcycle racing. Before long, Weston and Rhodes are at odds, the Barton company faces bankruptcy, and Eve must decide which man she truly loves. Throughout it all, you'll thrill to exciting footage of authentic flat-track and TT racing action, featuring dozens of vintage British and American bikes. Robert Armstrong (King Kong) stars as the motorcycle company boss. Also interesting to note: Howard Hughes' penchant for having "busty" women in his films is made more than obvious with cameras and women placed at strategic angles to fully accentuate the female bystanders shapes during crowd / spectator scenes.

According to various sources, "the field meet scenes were filmed at an old Southern California motorcycle racing venue called Crater Camp, later changed to Crater Bowl. It was off Topanga Canyon Road on the Valley side. The street riding scenes were filmed on Ventura Boulevard west of the San Fernando Valley. That used to be THE way to get from L.A. to Ventura and beyond before the 101 (Ventura) Freeway."

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Herbert Ross - Boys on the Side (1995)

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Mainstream?
Well it is a lesbian comedy at least.

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A motion picture that celebrates the art of survival, the gift of laughter and the miracle of friendship.

Jane is a night club singer, out of work. Robin is a quirky real estate agent looking for a ride-share to accompany her to California. Her advertisement is answered by Jane, who at first was uncertain about her. A stop in Pittsburgh picks up a third, Holly, escaping a violent and drug-dealing partner. Girls on the road, reaching understanding, respect, and care for each other. But this trio is different - Jane a lesbian, Robin suffering with AIDS, Holly running from her past, seeking one-night stands and a good man.

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The cast includes;
Whoopi Goldberg .... Jane Deluca
Mary-Louise Parker .... Robin
Drew Barrymore .... Holly Pulchik-Lincoln
Matthew McConaughey .... Abe Lincoln, Tucson Police Officer
James Remar .... Alex

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Anthony Hayward - John Pilger at the Guardian Hay Film Festival (2006 )

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Released on DVD for the first time and personally chosen by John Pilger, this set brings together twelve of the acclaimed Australian film-maker and journalist's most hard-hitting and inspirational films. Recipient of multiple awards, including the UN Media Peace Prize, John Pilger is a world-renowned journalist, author and respected factual film-maker, who began his career in his native Australia, before moving to London. Drawing extensively on eye-witness testimony, Pilger has been a foreign correspondent and a front-line war reporter since 1967 and in the UK he is a regular contributor to a wide range of international broadcast and print media including the New Statesman, ITV, The Guardian and American and European newspapers.

A passionate and rare critic of foreign military and economic ventures by Western governments, Pilger has been described as unique on British television. His work makes uneasy viewing as he uncovers shocking truths about the political forces that manifest themselves worldwide; forces that many turn a blind eye to. Leaving no stone unturned he treads where many journalists fear to go.

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Carmine Gallone - Cavalleria Rusticana AKA Fatal Desire (1953)

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"She can't do this to me!"
Romantic drama follows the return of Turiddu (Ettore Manni) from the wars. His return sparks a tale of lust and jealousy, when he pursues a former girlfriend who has just married Alfio (Anthony Quinn).
Carmine Gallone's film version of the opera Cavalleria rusticana and it shows, with much singing padding out the story.

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William Nigh - Desert Nights (1929)

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Desert Nights was the last silent film made by MGM's resident heartthrob John Gilbert -- and the last of his truly successful efforts. The melodramatic plot revolves around the robbery of a diamond mine, masterminded by Steve (Ernest Torrence). The criminals have taken Rand (Gilbert), the mine's manager, hostage, spiriting him off to the desert waste. Hopelessly lost, Steve turns to Rand, who knows the territory like the back of his hand, to lead the crooks back to civilization. Rand refuses but relents for the sake of Steve's partner-in-crime Diana (Mary Nolan).
Spoiler:
A spectacular climactic sandstorm effectively eliminates the villain and facilitates a happy ending for Rand and Diana. Likewise spectacular was the precipitous fall from popularity of John Gilbert after it was revealed that his voice, though pleasant enough, did not match his dashing screen image -- but this revelation was still several months in the future when Desert Nights was released.
Spoiler:

By MORDAUNT HALL.
Published: May 6, 1929
It is a queer string of circumstances that is thrown upon the screen in "Desert Knights," John Gilbert's latest production. But incredible though this adventure may be, it happens to be one that holds the interest. It has been carefully produced, with the background of the South African veldt, and Mr. Gilbert and Ernest Torrence are perceived after their harrowing experiences with thick beards.
The heroine of "Desert Nights" is Mary Nolan, who was known on the stage as Imogene Wilson. She is fair to look at and she gives a good performance. Whether any diamond mine manager would welcome a girl to his arms, as Hugh Rand does Diana, when he knows that her initial intentions were to help her partner in crime, Steve (Mr. Torrence), to steal as many diamonds as possible, is hardly probable. The raison d'etre here is that Diana is contrite as well as being attractive. Perhaps Mr. Rand (Mr. Gilbert) decides that the girl will be glad to live honestly and that she will grow even more beautiful.
Coincidences are not lacking here. Mr. Rand receives word that Lord Somebody and his daughter are on their way to see him at the mine. The redoubtable Steve and Diana then enter Rand's office, posing as the expected visitors. Not so very long afterward Steve, Diana and Rand, with black carriers, go forth into the desert and Steve and Diana assert themselves, after the negroes have deserted.
Steve would not have objected to killing Rand, or leaving him bound so that he would die, but it happens that the diamond thief suddenly remembers that he will not be able to find his way out of the desert. Rand and the others have a hard time through scarcity of water. Diana's pluck, following her denunciation of Steve, wins Rand's favor.
Throughout the desert exploits one gains a corking good conception of the heat and also the suffering through parched throats. Will Nigh has directed this silent picture with a good sense of drama during these sequences. He reveals, with a restrained hand, that, while Steve is tortured by thirst, he is still eager to hold on to the diamonds. This rugged specimen of evil humanity sticks by Diana and Rand chiefly because he fears to be alone, but when the time comes and he has quenched his thirst he is only too keen to be off with the water flask, in which he rattles what he thinks to be the precious stones.
Mr. Gilbert gives an earnest showing as Rand, and only rarely does one perceive his wide, artificial smile. Mr. Torrence is capital as Steve.

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Ben Rivers - Slow Action (2011)

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Slow Action is a post-apocalyptic science fiction film which exists somewhere between documentary, ethnographic study and fiction. Slow Action applies the idea of island biogeography - the study of how species and eco-systems evolve differently when isolated and surrounded by unsuitable habitat - to a conception of the Earth in a few hundred years; the sea level rising to absurd heights, creating hyperbolic utopias that appear as possible future mini-societies.

Slow Action is filmed at different sites across the globe: Lanzarote - a beautiful strange island known for its beach resorts yet one of the driest places on the planet, full of dead volcanoes and strange architecture; Gunkanjima - an island off the coast of Nagasaki, Japan, a deserted city built on a rock, once home to thousands of families mining its rich coal reserves; Tuvalu - one of the smallest countries in the world, with tiny strips of land barely above sea level in the middle of the Pacific; and Somerset - an as yet to be discovered island and its various clades.

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Slow Action, Ben Rivers’ first exhibition at Matt’s Gallery, is a post-apocalyptic science fiction film that brings together a series of four 16mm works which exist somewhere between documentary, ethnographic study and fiction.

Continuing his exploration of curious and extraordinary environments, Slow Action applies the idea of island biogeography - the study of how species and eco-systems evolve differently when isolated and surrounded by unsuitable habitat - to a conception of the Earth in a few hundred years; the sea level rising to absurd heights, creating hyperbolic utopias that appear as possible future mini-societies.

Slow Action is filmed at different sites across the globe: Lanzarote - a beautiful strange island known for its beach resorts yet one of the driest places on the planet, full of dead volcanoes and strange architecture; Gunkanjima - an island off the coast of Nagasaki, Japan, a deserted city built on a rock, once home to thousands of families mining its rich coal reserves; Tuvalu - one of the smallest countries in the world, with tiny strips of land barely above sea level in the middle of the Pacific; and Somerset - an as yet to be discovered island and its various clades.

This series of constructed realities explores the environments of self-contained lands and the search for information to enable the reconstruction of soon to be lost worlds.

The film’s soundtrack - narratives by writer Mark von Schlegell - detail each of the four islands’ evolutions according to their geographical, geological, climatic and botanical conditions.

Slow Action, inspired by novels such as Samuel Butler’s Erewhon, Bacon’s The New Atlantis, Herbert Read’s The Green Child and Mary Shelley’s The Last Man, embodies the spirit of exploration, experiment and active research that has come to characterise Rivers’ practice.

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Rabu, 30 Maret 2011

HIGH WAISTED


stylesightings

Eric Rohmer - La Femme de l'Aviateur AKA The Aviator's Wife [+Extras] (1981)

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Synopsis
In this first film in Eric Rohmer's cycle of "Comédies et proverbes," François (Philippe Marlaud), a young student working nights as a postman, is in love with a slightly older woman, Anne (Marie Rivière). One day, he sees Anne's former lover, a pilot named Christian (Mathieu Carrière), leaving Anne's apartment in the morning. Despite Anne's explanation that Christian is now married to another woman and simply dropped by to talk, François becomes jealous. He starts spying on Christian in order to find out if his rival secretly sees Anne. Though François sees Christian meeting a different woman, he keeps following the pair. His pursuit leads him to a park where he meets up with a vivacious teenage girl named Lucie (Anne-Laure Meury), who becomes curious about his motives and agrees to help him in his detection.
~ Yuri German, All Movie Guide

Review
'Aviator's Wife' of Rohmer
Early one Parisian morning, two men arrive within minutes of each other to leave notes beneath the same woman's door. The first man, 20-year-old Francois (the late Philippe Marlaud), is so much in love with 25-year-old Anne (Marie Riviere) that he has arranged for a plumber to come fix her leaky faucet; that's what his note says. The second man, considerably older, is Anne's long-absent lover, Christian. He has arrived to tell Anne that he has had a reconciliation with his wife, who is now pregnant, and that their affair must end. Christian is a pilot, which is more or less how Eric Rohmer's latest film, ''The Aviator's Wife,'' gets its title.
Francois spies the pilot leaving Anne's apartment and trails him later that afternoon. While following Christian and an unidentified woman to a park, Francois meets Lucie (Anne-Laure Meury), a 15-yearold schoolgirl as effervescent and hopeful as Anne is discouraged. The single day that the film spans becomes a round-robin of jealousy, coincidence, missed opportunity and unrequited affection.
Lucie is drawn to Francois, but Francois is drawn to Anne, who mourns the loss of Christian. Some of these characters work the night shift; others work by day. Each suggests a different stage of development, and a different set of needs and possibilities. Every action seems to be mirrored elsewhere in the tale.
''The Aviator's Wife'' marks the beginning of a new series of Rohmer films, this one to be entitled ''Comedies and Proverbs.'' One difference between these and his ''Six Moral Tales,'' if ''The Aviator's Wife'' is a good indication of what will follow, is that issues are presented in far more mundane terms. As Mr. Rohmer himself explains it: ''There will still be a lot of talking in these 'Comedies,' but more in terms of questioning the reality of the possibility of such an event rather than in terms of analyzing or weighing its motives. It is less a matter of defining a moral attitude than it is of defining practical rules. The means, and not the ends, will be debated.''
So there is much talk in ''The Aviator's Wife,'' but seldom does it specifically address philosophical or moral matters; instead, the characters define themselves practically, and express their fears and wishes in a relatively simple fashion. This pragmatism doesn't necessarily foster clarity, however. If anything, it makes the material seem thin.
The fine points of ''The Aviator's Wife'' have been set forth with obvious care, so that Anne's leaky sink or her bowl of goldfish or her unkempt coiffure (there is considerable discussion about why her hair never looks right) can become objects demanding attention. But without the presence of a larger argument, these sorts of facts can seem less emblematic than petty. ''The Aviator's Wife'' is no less preoccupied with serious moral concerns than Mr. Rohmer's other films. But the deceptive simplicity of the director's current technique robs the film of a larger perspective.
Mr. Rohmer doesn't work comfortably with minutiae, and the ''comedy'' of the series title is misleading. Too often, he finds no easy way to set his concerns in bold relief, and the film takes on the texture of undifferentiated discussion. It's a problem of emphasis, not of content, for the issues on hand in ''The Aviator's Wife'' are very much those with which Mr. Rohmer has been steadily preoccupied.
The actors in ''The Aviator's Wife'' fit smoothly into the film's scheme, and the occasional droning quality of their talk has more to do with extended closeups and a long-winded screenplay than with the performances. Miss Meury is particularly sunny, even more so than the story needs her to be, and the film picks up considerable energy during the long outdoor sequence in which she helps Francois play sleuth. Miss Riviere is able to make Anne selfish, glum and still not unsympathetic, which cannot have been easy. Mr. Marlaud, who also appeared in another Film Festival selection, ''Passe Ton Bac D'Abord,'' was quite promising in both films. The production notes say he was killed in a camping accident this past summer.
by Janet Maslin, 07.10.1981, New York Times

Extras
* Eric Rohmer talks about the film
* Theatratical Trailer

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