The Art of Cinema #439

Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore (Martin Scorsese) for If Charlie Parker...posted by Richard Gibson
Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
(Martin Scorsese; 1974)

6 comments:

Pop9 said...

Great movie!

michaelE said...

This was interesting in comparison with "A Woman Under the Influence" which came out the same year.

TIM said...

Not just your average chick flick,
it's a great movie to see to under-
stand the woman's perspective on how she feels about a man. Martin Scorcesi's second film after "Mean Streets."

Peter Yezukevich said...

Love this movie - only saw it for the first time recently. It's always a pleasant shock when a film that's flown under my radar for so long turns out to be so full of surprises and vitality. Shame about the series.

Tommy O'C said...

I know fans of Scorcese who wouldn't think of watching this movie. And that's a shame. Because it's really good.

Fred said...

This film makes you realize that Scorcese's career could have gone off in a completely different direction. Considering how some of his recent work seems to be almost a parody of himself (Cape Fear and Shutter Island, anyone?), it's a shame he doesn't try to use his influence to make another film like Alice again.