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mtv exquisite corpse promos. what is "exquisite corpse?"
- dave 10-15-2003 8:08 pm [link] [add a comment]

the open video project
- dave 10-13-2003 7:18 pm [link] [add a comment]

disney + dali = destino


- bill 10-11-2003 5:35 pm [link] [1 ref] [3 comments]

has anyone ever seen careful? steve, you must see this. we caught part of it the other night and unfortunately weren't able to finish watching, but i'm hoping it comes on again. from imdb:

Best described as a combination of "The Wizard of Oz" and "Eraserhead," "Careful" is a wacked-out tale of repression and unnatural desires, set in an alpine village where no one can speak too loudly for fear of starting an avalanche. Hilarious and sinister, "Careful" is also one of the most visually arresting films I've ever seen, with impossibly rosy-cheeked characters inhabiting a hallucinatory dream world of intentionally fake sets and intense easter-egg pastels. Watching it you will feel like you've stepped into the middle of a Ricola ad gone horribly, horribly wrong.
- linda 9-27-2003 12:34 am [link] [add a comment]

"'Right now, the question has to be asked, does American film have even a remote bearing on the amazing and troubling realities of American life?' says Thomson. ' Is there someone out there who could make an ambitious and extraordinary film about the end of the American empire? I think that someone is either Paul Thomas Anderson or Quentin Tarantino. Thomas Anderson hinted at that epic scope with Magnolia, but so far Tarantino has only been epic in style. He certainly has that [Howard] Hawksian ability to tie narratives together, no question. I really think he could make the big film we all want him to, but, in order to do that, he would have to apply his sensibility and his extraordinary narrative command to truly serious social subject matter.' "
- dave 9-22-2003 10:02 pm [link] [1 comment]