It was the highest placed film (#13) by a living director in the most recent Sight and Sound poll
― Foster Twelvetrees (Ward Fowler), Tuesday, 1 November 2016 07:07 (four years ago) link
What is this bowl of wrongness I see here? Having said that, I need to watch it again but I'll record my dissatisfaction with this revive for now.
― xyzzzz__, Tuesday, 1 November 2016 18:54 (four years ago) link
Raoul Coutard RIP: https://twitter.com/BilgeEbiri/status/796114997994733568
― xyzzzz__, Tuesday, 8 November 2016 22:39 (four years ago) link
People often tell me that Lola was brilliantly shot. “Was it due to your own mood?” they ask. “Or to Demy? Or the light of Nantes? Or the look of Anouk Aimée?” It was partly all of these things, but first and foremost, and above everything else, the images of Lola came from the film stock – Gevaert 36, which the factory has now stopped making. So I have never been able to recapture those unsaturated blacks, those extraordinary whites, that grainy texture of real and unreal which in my opinion accounted for at least 70 per cent of the lyricism of Lola.
― xyzzzz__, Wednesday, 9 November 2016 21:09 (four years ago) link
"There's a song by Leonard Cohen that goes: 'I came so far for beauty/I left so much behind/My patience and my family/My masterpiece unsigned'. This is what I've said for myself. And I have the feeling that it's all new again."
- JLG, Rolling Stone interview 1980
― Darcy Sarto (Ward Fowler), Friday, 11 November 2016 12:33 (four years ago) link
is that quote referring to Every Man for Himself?
― flappy bird, Sunday, 17 June 2018 05:45 (three years ago) link
"Most people call it 'la covid,' I call it 'le covid,' because I don't know if the virus is masculine or feminine. I think he's a bit of both, and also something else.
― flappy bird, Thursday, 4 March 2021 08:55 (seven months ago) link