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Entries in How Had I Never Seen (3)

Monday
Oct 07 2019

How had I never seen... "Cabaret"?

Inthis new series,members of Team Film Experience watch and share their reactions to classic films they've never seen.

By Ben Miller

Cabaretis Bob Fosse's "musical"into the world of bohemian performer Sally Bowles and uptight Brit Brian Roberts.  Both try to navigate the world of love along with the struggle to reach a level of extravagance,all the while experiencing the adapting political climate of 1930's Berlin.

Shamefully,I had never seen it.

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Monday
Sep 30 2019

How had I never seen..."Three Days of the Condor"or "The Parallax View"?

Inthis new series,members of Team Film Experience watch and share their reactions to classic films they've never seen.

by Lynn Lee

The 1970s may have been a great era for cinema,but they were a pretty lousy time for faith in the great American experiment.  Between the Vietnam War,the Pentagon Papers,the Church Committee reports,and of course Watergate,there were seemingly endless reasons to suspect the U.S.government and other institutions meant to serve and protect the public were instead covering up all manner of malfeasance—and that they might be watching you if they thought you were a threat.  This generalized paranoia found fertile ground in Hollywood,leading toa spate of conspiracy thrillers of varying quality and goofiness.

Until last month,the only one of these films I'd seen wasAll the President's Men(unless you countChinatownandNetwork,which I'd argue you could).  But something about the social and political tensions of today made these movies seem especially current again.So it seemed like a good occasion to watch two of the most famous examples of the genre:Three Days of the Condor(1975) andA Parallax View(1974)...

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Monday
Sep 23 2019

How had I never seen..."M" (1931)?

Series Debut!As a kind of dark mirror to our "Over & Over"column,we've invited  Team Experience to fill in some of their most shameful film history gaps and tell us about their experience.We all have gaps in our viewing with over a century of film history behind us!To kick things off here's a 'Lang-delayed' encounter for Mark.- Editor

by Mark Brinkerhoff

I first became aware ofM,Fritz Lang's seminal 1931 German thriller,while flipping throughVanity Fair's Hollywood,a weighty,sumptuous 2000 coffee table book.Therein,opposite a cuckoo photo of Doris Day with half a dozen dyed poodles,is a haunting photo of actor Peter Lorre with the following caption...

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