Luchino Visconti's Rocco and His Brothers (1960), in revival at Film Forum through Thursday, is like one of those large intergenerational novels. The disquisition is even presented like a novel with sections devoted to the brothers of the title
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Claudia Cardinale, guest of the Marrakech International Film Festival, regaled us in the sunny gardens of the sumptuous Mamounia Hotel yesterday with ...
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The Asian market was on every enthusiast’s radar this past week, following a series of highly successful Christies auctions spr...
If you want to see slow motion bees, or a woman's hand brushing through a sward of wheat, then I Am Love is the film for you. But not for me.
In the midst of the hysteria, disappointments, and madcap media free-for-all that has become integral to Cannes, remember Visconti's The Leopard.
My own top picks for food-themed movies were all released in the past twenty years, and most emanate from distant shores. So, let's take a little trip around the world.
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