Viewing Log

I need to somehow keep track of my viewings, or I’ll slowly go crazy:

November 2007

Memories of Murder (Joon-ho Bong, 2007) 9/10

The Story of Temple Drake (Stephen Roberts, 1933) 7/10

Funny Face (Stanley Donen, 1957) 8/10

Outrage (1950) 7/10

The Awful Truth (1937) 10/10

Brothers (2004) 4/10

Michael Clayton (2007) 8.5/10

Kiss of Death (1947) 8/10

The Most Dangerous Game (1932) 7.5/10

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter… and Spring (2003) 8.5/10

L’Atalante (Vigo, 1934) 9/10

Theodora Goes Wild (1936) 8/10

Scarface (1932) 10/10

No Country for Old Men (2007) 10/10

Audition (1999) 9/10

Les Demoiselles de Rochefort (1967) 9.5/10

The Celluloid Closet (1995) 8/10

Color me Lavender (1997) 6/10

High Fidelity (2000) 7.5/10

The Haunting (1963) 8/10

Meet Me in St. Louis (1944) 9.5/10

Indie Sex: Censorship (2007) 7.5/10

Gone to Earth (1950) 9.5/10

Zhou Yu’s Train (2002) 4/10

Tarzan and His Mate (1934) 8/10

A Diary for Timothy (1945) 9/10

Force of Evil (1948) 9/10

Responses

  1. Hi,

    I enjoyed very much reading your words about Marlowe; I found the insights very interesting, revealing and passionate. What type of films are you interested in making?

    Amir
    Writer
    Toronto

  2. Thanks. I’m not sure really, I have diverse passions and interests. I’m not even sure at what level I’d like to be making films. I’m still trying the waters. At the moment I suppose I’m interested in using more “classical” stories as a foundation, like Edgar Allen Poe or loose interpretations as fairy tales so I have a sound foundation, but I think I’ll move beyond that soon enough.


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