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January 13, 2010

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Tony Dayoub

I am eager to hear your take on Biskind's Beatty bio. Did you guys cross paths at PREMIERE?

Mark Salisbury

Biskind and Beatty.

bemo

Thirded.

Brian

Assistant Producer, please.

Philmiv

Chalk another vote for Rohmer/Nabokov.

otherbill

Anything dealing with Nabokov is almost guaranteed to be more interesting than anything else. Throw in Rohmer and it's a no-brainer.

Rob

Biskind and Beatty. I'm finally reading Mark Harris's "Pictures at a Revolution" and just this morning I noticed "Star" on the front table at Borders, so basically the universe is voting with me too.

Griff

Rohmer & Nabokov.

cmasonwells

Hollywood gossip vs. timeless film & literature? I want both!

Good seeing you last night, sir.

Pete Segall

Both.

(This is Chicago and I get to vote as many times as I want.)

Owain Wilson

Salacious gossip, please. Perfect with a piping hot cup of tea and a generously buttered hot cross bun.

ozzy

biskind

Eric Stanton

I look forward to both posts of course. I found "Triple Agent" fascinating, and even suggested it your best of the decade poll, so I'll vote for Rohmer/Nabokov first.


DCK

Oh come on, Rohmer dies and everyone votes for Biskind? Triple Agent needs more love!

Sal C

Choice no. 1, please.

Flickhead

Personally, I don't chomp, nor do I engage in "more chomping"; I prefer to champ at the bit. But that's a horse of a different color.

Sonny Bunch

Option one, option one!

Nick

Rohmer

Daniel L.

Biskind et Beatty.

Juan Martinez

I'm a Nabokov-nut: The Assistant Producer, please, Mr. Kenny.

Jaime

Much as Biskind-Beatty would be a thing to see, I'm more interested in Rohmer - and his undervalued TRIPLE AGENT.

Tess

Biskind's Beatty bio because 13,000 has long since been my favorite number.

bill

Nabokov/Roehmer. I was planning on watching TRIPLE AGENT this weekend anyway, and I have the Nabokov story ready, as well. I'm coming prepared to this one.

The Siren

Beatty.

lazarus

Beatty/Biskind.

Bruce Reid

Tonight we shall go to the movies.

Ed Howard

Rohmer definitely. Triple Agent is a fantastic film and one that deserves very careful consideration.

Jason M.

Both sound interesting, but I've gotta go with Rohmer/Nabokov here.

jwarthen

Rohmer/Nabokov for certain.

Mark Slutsky

Nabokov! Nabokov! Nabokov!

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