containing multitudes since 2004
*cues up the theme to Experiment in Terror*
Love this quote I found in the NY Times' obit:“My entire life has been a search for a funny side to that very tough life out there,” Mr. Edwards once said. “I developed a kind of eye for scenes that made me laugh to take the pain away.”
Great quote. I was glad to see him have a career resurgance with 10, SOB and Victor/Victoria. The films that followed may not have been classics, but some of them had their moments. At least he always admitted that he learned from the greats (Keaton, Chaplin, Laurel & Hardy).
Just heard this:Mario Monicelli died at 95 almost thee weeks ago. Jumped from a hospital window...Two more of my favorites gone.RIP
BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S. Aside from all the other things (both great and regrettable) usually remembered about it, I was most struck by the feeling that this was the first party of this movie generation where the partiers were cool like 'us', and that the social lubricant wasn't only alcohol. I don't think they showed anything, but you just knew there was a smoky back room somewhere.
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