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Maybe the wine explains how such a poor film came from all that talent.
where's oskar? or were they trying to keep him away from the bottle?
Leaving this here in hopes you'll read it instead of back in June where it belongs (under a glorious shot of Natalie Wood). Last month, you mentioned the declining number of comments and several people hopped on to assure you that your site was still of great importance to them. I'd like to add my voice to that sentiment. This is a marvelous place to visit, with images that move me greatly. Please know how highly you're valued.
Sock MonKey 1:'Fahrenheit 451' is seriously flawed, but I don't think it's a poor film at all. Matter'a fact, in many ways it's the most autobiographical film of Truffaut's career (substitute Cinema in place of literature and you have nothing less than the psychological landscape of Truffaut's adolescence).Mark:I think he was trying to keep Oskar away, period. Story goes that Werner had become not only an international star, but a major league 'prima donna' in the five years between 'Jules et Jim' and 'Fahrenheit'; consequently the two did not get along on that picture.Chip:I thanks you for your kind words, but I was only (and admittedly) whining about our overall decline in visitors, not comments. The visitor stats have actually picked up a bit since that time.
Tom,I'll accept your judgment on Fahrenheit 451, I never watched it a second time.On another matter, I'm a daily visitor and I try to tell others about this great site. Thanks.
For what it's worth, I visit at least once a day, every day, and view every image you post. And I comment when my warped sense of humor isn't acting up.
Now DAT'S film makin'!
Film-making seems like a very complicated way to get girls. But, of course, the secret to getting girls is to pretend to be intensely interested in something else and if you've played your cards right, they let their guard down and sit on a curb and drink wine with you.
And dont forget in "Jules e Jim" the wunderbare Oskar Werner.
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