quinta-feira, 1 de janeiro de 2009

6 comentários:

José Oliveira disse...

aiai...

José Oliveira disse...

aqui discute-se muito esse filme. e muito mal, na minha opinião:

http://www.davekehr.com/?p=207#comments

Matheus Cartaxo disse...

Esse plano se assemelha àquele de "Two Rode Together"...

bruno andrade disse...

Kent Jones não arranjaria trabalho como limpador de fossas nos áureos tempos da crítica de cinema.

Matheus, percebi imediatamente a semelhança quando abri o link que você deixou abaixo. 'Brigadão pela dica.

Matheus Cartaxo disse...

O plano de Richard Widmark e James Stewart conversando no lago vem me perseguindo. Hoje, assistindo "Figures in a Landscape" do Losey, me deparei com isso: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_b-xONXgjmLE/SV6RQ0KD2-I/AAAAAAAAASU/psFE5SH-U9Q/s1600-h/bscap0077.jpg

José Oliveira disse...

e o Dave Kehr, o que ele quer dizer com isto:

“The Dutchess of Langeais”/”Don’t Touch the Axe” is shaping up as my Official Blindspot of 2008. I tried to like it, really and truly, but in the end it still seemed part of Rivette’s long decline into academic inertia that began with “Jeanne la Pucelle” in 1994, not terribly different in tone (though much heavier in execution) from the Jacques de Baroncelli “tradition of quality” version of 1942, which had the benefit of a script by Jean Giraudoux. I wish Ophuls had been able to make his version of the Balzac story, which was to star Greta Garbo; a screentest for the project, shot by James Wong Howe, survives and can be seen here.

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"Rivette’s long decline into academic inertia" ?!?!?

inacreditável esta merda...

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