Author Archives: rosemarie

Calendar as Diary

Moments of the Present Drenched in the Past The 1993 film, Calendar, written and directed by Atom Egoyan, explores the present-day events of an odd-ball photographer intermingled with past events leading up to his present state of bachelor-dom. The film … Continue reading

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San Soleil May Shed Some Light

San Soleil (1983) Chris Marker In San Soleil, Chris Marker’s 1983 montage deconstructed documentary (staged documentary), a female narrator reads letters received from a world traveler. His introspcetive writings draws an elicit picture of his internal thoughts on a variety of subjects that … Continue reading

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The Red and The White;Miklos Jancso Style

The Red and The White, is a 1967 film by Miklos Jancso.Jancso was noted for his  innovative camera work. In this film, I especially enjoyed the wide-set camera angles and views. To be able to see a broad landscape was especially … Continue reading

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MASH, 1970 Film Phenom’

   My memories of M*A*S*H come from years ago, summers spent visiting my grandparents in Brooklyn. We would watch re-runs of the television series between the nightly news and re-runs of All in the Family with the elegant Archie Bunker. … Continue reading

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