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November 19, 2008


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Owain Wilson

Spectral images of early cinema, like this one, give me the chills - simple as that. Beautiful.


I just happened to read S.J. Perelman's "The Road to Miltown, or Under the Spreading Atrophy." Many of the pieces in it are re-reviews of silent films he loved as a kid and then re-viewed years later at the MoMA film archive. One of them was a takedown of "Way Down East", which IIRC was titled "I'm Sorry I Made Me Cry." Howlingly funny, as are all of the silent film pieces in the book.

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