By: Alix Lambert
Mervyn LeRoy’s THE BAD SEED
SORRY, WRONG NUMBER
Barbara Loden’s WANDA.
“You don’t deserve her. I know her better than you.”
IN THE HEAT OF NIGHT: How much has changed, in the past 50 years?
Julien Temple’s ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS — David Bowie at his most villainous and romantic.
Alfred Hitchcock’s I CONFESS: Each micro movement of Clift’s face shows us everything.
THE CHALK GARDEN: a crime film without a crime.
THE SKIES BELONG TO US, an account of US history through the lens of hijacking.
Alix Lambert on THE EYE FLOATER
She reminds us of the excitement and beauty inherent in aviation.
“Remember what connects people more than what separates them.”
“An art of ambiguity, contradiction, uncompleted gestures.”
“Pain… calls me over and wants to know the secret of reaching you”
From sharecropping to sharing crops.