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.
Revisiting “The Graduate” on its 53rd anniversary.
Content warning: Sexual assault.
My second essay on my favorite film, from September 4, 2018.
My first essay on my favorite film, from January 27, 2018.
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