Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on MySpace! ADVERTISMENT Since contemporary Spanish filmmakers seldom dip back into the bad old days under Generalissimo F... Set in provincial Toledo, Tristana focuses on the collision between feudal and modern values as a... This arrangement leads to trouble, although not always in ways our post-feminist minds would think. The pint-sized teen William Zanders, and older brothers Bryan and Kentrell, become our guides to ... Giving us a post-Katrina Big Easy sunset to sunrise, the camera-wielding brothers follow the teen... As sublime as the camerawork is, it's almost topped by the flute-playing William as he opines on ... The lads seem largely unfazed by their parting glances at adult carnal pleasures. The Ross Bros., zipping backstage to show us more than the Zanders see, are still discreet enough... The Zanders create drama by missing the last ferry home and trespassing through an abandoned ship... The Ross Bros.' production notes hint at an even edgier backstory. "We drank too much, slept too ... Following a trip to the tiniest Men's Room in North America, I joined Midnight movie fans reminis... The Bridge was doomed because its classically designed interior ? 400 seats, with that 1950s stan... Possibly the best Bridge anecdote appears in Tristana director Luis Bunuel's chatty memoir My Las... Bunuel recalls That Obscure Object of Desire 's distinctly surreal San Francisco reception. "Ironically, a bomb exploded on October 16, 1977, in the Bridge Theatre; and during the confusion... There was some evidence to suggest that the attack was engineered by a group of homosexuals, and ...
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