Author Archives: Nathan Muller

Birds in Sans Soleil: The Symbolic Emu

It goes without saying that emus are cool birds. They have the strongest legs of any bird, able to tear wire fences with them, they are close relatives to ostriches, and they are native to Australia. Why, however, are they … Continue reading

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Red and White, or Black and White?

The Red and the White is a powerful, masterfully crafted, political film. Miklos Jancso is well known for his constantly moving camera technique and wide angle shots. He employs both these very well in The Red and the White using … Continue reading

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Oh What an Afternoon

The films of New Hollywood were groundbreaking, influential, and, in a word, new for that generation of movie goers. This era bore many great films as well as filmmakers. These filmmakers were educated on the matters of film and counterculture. … Continue reading

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