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How to Be Loved (1963) Directed by Wojciech Has In Has’s masterful melodrama, a Polish radio-show personality, Felicja, takes a plane to Paris. During the flight, she reminisces about her experiences in Nazi-occupied Warsaw during World War II. Has, whose passion was to make time vividly felt in cinema, moves fluidly between Felicja’s flight conversations and jitters and her reminiscences: In the latter, we see her as an aspiring ingénue, whose theatrical career dreams are interrupted...
Dogs in Space (1986) Directed by Richard Lowenstein Set in 1978, Dogs in Space evokes a time when bands formed overnight in Melbourne. The film, which stars INXS frontman Michael Hutchence, focuses on one such band, the name of which is the name of film. Along with friends and friends of friends, they live in a shared house. It’s communal living, and Lowenstein conveys this with a flowing, mobile camera, maintaining spatial relations, and picking...
Tidal Wave, Taking Back Sunday’s latest album, is a different Taking Back Sunday than the one you've known. And no matter how good a record is, there will still be someone who doesn't like it. John Nolan, guitarist and co-vocalist of Taking Back Sunday, knows this. It comes with the territory. But after listening to this album over and over, I've come to a conclusion. I, at least, think this album is fucking great....
Green Room Directed by Jeremy Saulnier Opens April 15 When things start to go south in Jeremy Saulnier’s Green Room, I thought of a lyric from “You! Me! Dancing!” by Los Campesinos!—the one that goes: “And it’s sad that you think they’re all just scenesters. And even if we were, it’s not the scene you’re thinking of.” At first, the punk rock band the Ain’t Rights seem to be driving through a scene graveyard on their ramshackle...

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