Monday September 9th, 2013
by Blind Carre

Sergio Corbucci: The Great Silence

Sergio Corbucci: The Great Silence The Great Silence (Il grande silenzio, 1968) is the best film by Italian director Sergio Corbucci along with his famous Django. The director shows us a lone bounty hunter, and mute, serving revenge left, right and centre as committed in life to “make money”, and soothe his suffering, his resentment,
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Monday August 12th, 2013
by Blind Carre

Luís Buñuel: Robinson Crusoe

Luís Buñuel: Robinson Crusoe In 1952, Luís Buñuel made this adaptation of one of the world’s most famous novels, Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe, during his Mexican period. As well as being the most famous novel of Daniel Defoe, published in 1719, Robinson Crusoe is considered the first English novel. Defoe modeled on an
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Thursday August 8th, 2013
by Blind Carre

David Cronenberg: A Dangerous Method (2011)

David Cronenberg: A Dangerous Method (2011) A Dangerous Method (2011) is the penultimate film of Canadian director David Cronenberg, after his acclaimed Eastern Promises (2007), after almost four years. The new David Cronenberg path, shown in his last films, led him to make this film that was criticized in very different ways, in which the most
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