In order to be technically free of the mortal sin of suicide, a young man pays a drug-addict to shoot him.
"A Dostoyevskian story of a tormented soul, presented in the stylized manner of a medieval illumination."
Hannelore Knuts by Joseph Lally
The film’s source , Quai D’Orsay – Chroniques Diplomatiques, is co-authored by Abel Lanzac, a pseudonym for Antonin Baudry.
Quai D’Orsay stars veteran French actor Thierry Lhermitte as Foreign Affairs Minister Alexandre Taillard de Vorms,
2013: The year of Hollywood's nervous breakdown.
DB's already massive but is set to super-size.
God bless the beautiful population of the Paris insider kids. Your hiss, like your directional way with a scarf, is always superior.
The Last Time I Saw Macao (Trailer) from Cinema Guild on Vimeo.
The hair styles in this film. Swinging London really did swing. Head first.
"What goes on in the cubicles is enough to make Mrs. Whitehouse ban carbolic soap"
With Danai Gurira, Isaach De Bankole, Yaya Alafia, Tony Okungbowa, Bukky Ajayi and Angelique Kidjo
Jean Shrimpton's perfect indifference to her own beauty is hypnotic in "Privilege".
"Blow Up" gets all the flashbulbs as the film that most acutely captured Swinging London but don't dismiss Peter Watkin's "Privilege" as an equally sharp summary of the mores of that cultural moment.
The film focuses on the seminal Ferus Gallery, which groomed the LA art scene from a loose band of idealistic beatniks.
THE COOL SCHOOL is an abject lesson in how to build an art scene from scratch.