On the history of Anne Bancroft’s definitive role in William Gibson’s Two for the Seesaw, the nuances of becoming a character, and the importance of being seen.
We Should All Love Anne Bancroft: Revisiting “The Graduate”
Revisiting “The Graduate” on its 53rd anniversary.
Content warning: Sexual assault.
From the Vault: “The Graduate” at Seventeen
My second essay on my favorite film, from September 4, 2018.
From the Vault: “The Graduate” at Sixteen
My first essay on my favorite film, from January 27, 2018.
Noirvember Notables: 2020
Popular fare in the Classic Hollywood blogger/watcher/TCM devotee community, Noirvember, affectionately Frankenstein-ing the month and film genre, entails a month’s watching of gumshoes, sharp-shooters, femme fatales, and crooked outsiders in pictures from around the world. Or, if you’re like me, this Noirvember entailed a month’s watching of Anne Bancroft, Farley Granger, and Yakuza films. Admittedly,… Continue reading Noirvember Notables: 2020