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APOCALYPSE NOW REDUX
NY Post
Expanded, cleaned-up version of hallucinatory 1979 masterpiece. Running time: 196 minutes. Rated R (violence, female nudity). At the Astor Plaza and the Lincoln Square. This version of the 1979 masterpiece has been re-edited by director and co-writer Francis Ford Coppola and co-editor Walter Murch to include nearly 50 minutes of footage left out of the original release.
- linda 8-03-2001 4:49 pm [link] [4 comments]

Unseen Cinema: Early American Avant-Garde Film 18931941 at the whitney.
- linda 8-02-2001 10:52 pm [link] [add a comment]

The excellent tech site Ars Technica has an in depth interview with some of the technical people behind the Final Fantasy movie. Lots of detailed information.
- jim 7-31-2001 10:58 pm [link] [add a comment]

It's Ghost World and not the Apes....

...that have drawn the Mairianne Nowottny and Donnna Bailey (Shell) comparisons.




- bill 7-31-2001 10:52 pm [link] [4 comments]

another reason to dislike Traffic,,,,????

i turned on channel two friday night in Miami, a movie is playing from the late 70's or ealy 80's, i dont know the name but it was about herion, filmed in pakistan, england, germany--let me tell you some parts

the England Drug Head has a daughter whom becomes a herion addict than a prostitute, he whom ignored her early on come to her resue

the top dealer is jailed, the wife runs the show while he's in, he get out cause the wittness is murdered by poison at breakfast after showing him his picture in the paper front page

the top aid of the dealer is murdered while talking to the boss on the phone

the movie ends with the cop walking in on a party at the dealer house, getting in the fight kicked out but does plant a bug

????


- Skinny 7-30-2001 1:38 pm [link] [3 comments]