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Sans Soleil

Sans Soleil may be the single most confusing film I have ever seen.  The string of images put together is supposed to convey a message/theme of memory throughout the film–the only thing the film conveyed to me was confusion.  I … Continue reading

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The Red and White

Miklos Jancso’s 1967, The Red and White was a film true to Jancso’s political film making nature.  The Red and White depicted the Russian Revolution which took place between 1918 and 1919.  The film depicts the true irrationality and bloodiness … Continue reading

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The Icon, The Trend Setter, The Exorcist…

William Friedkin’s 1973 production of The Exorcist is an iconic horror film whose use of new, racier subject matter exemplifies the meaning of New Hollywood.  From the shadowy figure of the priest to young Regan McNeil, played by Linda Blair, … Continue reading

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