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Metropolitan (1990) Directed by Whit Stillman “You don't have to read a book to have an opinion on it.” No filmmaker has ever captured precocity as precisely as Stillman, whose characters’ hyperarticulate naïveté (and quaint preoccupation with sexual virtue) could hardly inspire a response other than the filmmaker’s own pleasure in dialogue playful for its own sake, and lovingly indulgent endings. Stillman’s subsequent Barcelona, The Last Days of Disco and Damsels in Distress would treat...
A new HBO series co-produced by Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger is in production in Williamsburg; the show was filming yesterday at Rough Trade, and the store was given a makeover in the vein of an old-school Sam Goody, which according to 20th century history, was once a prominent record store chain.   The show, which is yet-to-be-named, is reportedly about the "drug- and sex-fueled music business as punk and disco were breaking out," according to...
The 50 Year Argument, co-directed by Martin Scorsese and David Tedeschi, played this weekend at the 52nd New York Film Festival's documentary spotlight. It screens again tonight, when it will also premiere on HBO. Martin Scorsese and David Tedeschi are no strangers to chronicling cultural zeitgeists and the ambassadors who reign them in. Scorsese's interests oscillate between New York’s storied aristocratic history and the fragile and fickle...
Photos by Jessica Yatrofsky Photo Assistant Bobby Davidson Styling Evren Catlin Stylist's Assistant Sherry Wang Make-Up Talia Shorbrook Hair Aanthony Campbell In almost everything written about Emily Mortimer, the observation that occurs time and again is that she is, above all, self-effacing. This trait is normally linked to her being terribly English. Before I have even met her, these conjoined notions are starting to gall. And not necessarily because they are untrue. A fellow Brit, I am happy to concede that...

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