Category Archives: Editorial

Editorial: Making One’s Mark

Join in or do one’s own thing? Do actors still have the ability and courage to stand out from the established order and make their own mark? Read More

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Editorial: Keep the Sweat Off

photo: movie still, Luke Wilson as Richie Tenenbaum in “The Royal Tenenbaums” | Buena Vista Pictures   The Editorial: thoughts, short stories or essays about the world of cinema   It’s clay season! So let’s talk tennis in film. Wes … Read More

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Editorial: Night Train and a Rear Window-like Microcosm of Human Experiences

In Jerzy Kawalerowicz’s Night Train, the setting, an element of suspense and the fact that all the stories unfolding have as common denominator some aspect of love unequivocally reminded me of Rear Window. Read More

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Editorial: She’s Earned Those Stripes

Jean Arthur in “The Talk of the Town”, 1942 | Columbia Pictures   The Editorial: thoughts, short stories or essays about the world of cinema   Nora Shelley is wearing a men’s striped oversized pajamas when the entire town barges … Read More

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Editorial: Driving Steve McQueen (When Porsche Beat Ford)

Steve McQueen and Jacqueline Bisset in “Bullitt”, 1968 | Solar Productions   It’s the car, it’s the casual elegance, it’s this time of year, it’s the times. It was Steve McQueen’s Mustang – a very fast, dark green 1968 Ford … Read More

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