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Film Response 2: The Red and the White

The Red and the White (1967) is a film directed by Miklós Jancsó that was meant to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the October Revolution but this film decided to take a different approach. Instead of a hagiographic account that … Continue reading

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“The Exorcist” and How to Think of It

The Exorcist, though gruesome in nature, became a catalyst within the New Hollywood movement for the reexamination of the horror genre. Taboo subjects that filmmakers never considered to use in their films before were now considered in order to revamp … Continue reading

Posted in Film Response 02/23 | Comments Off on “The Exorcist” and How to Think of It