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February 22, 2016


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R.I.P. also venerable cinematographer Douglas Slocombe, whose career went from Ealing Comedies to Indiana Jones.

Robby Baskin

"Psychotronic Breakup Movies". Jesus Christ. Unlike that... um... article (?) this tribute is wonderful! I've yet to see any Zulawski movies but I've been intrigued by POSSESSION for about a year now and his tragic passing is a good reason to finally watch it.


This was a terrific appreciation of a director whose work I've yet to explore. Thanks for writing it, Glenn. I recall wondering, in pre-IMDB days, how to see more of Marceau, on whom I'd developed a major crush after seeing Braveheart. Now I know.

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