Tuesday, July 28, 2015
The Missing Picture
Really moving depiction of life under the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia. It really brings political theory down to earth by portraying the horrors of its Marxist ideology.
Cardigan picked this one out, because she just saw Calvary. It was really funny (sometimes on the verge of corny). I really enjoyed it. And there are similarities to Calvary, too, in Gleeson's imperfect magnanimity in the face of difficult circumstances (in addition to having lots of the same cast and crew).
Pretty (very) corny, but the Fr. Brown character is a good one. Light tv.
The Thin Man
We watched this as it should be watched, while drinking manhattans in champagne coupes.
The fashion is just so great (not to mention the style and the witty repartee and the love):
Posted by Emily Hale at 9:40 AM