Wednesday, December 21, 2011

ENG 282: 1980s

1980

9 to 5 (USA: Colin Higgins, 1980: 110 mins)

Andrews, Mallory. "Dress Coding 9 to 5." cléo 5.1 (2017)

Bale, Miriam. "Dream Job: The idea that working nine to five was once possible may be in itself inspiration to revolt and organize." N + 1 (February 16, 2014)

Altered States (USA: Ken Russell, 1980: 102 mins)

Kuersten, Erich. "CinemArchetype #4: The Hanged Man." Acidemic  (February 12, 2012)

Smalley, G. "Altered States (1980)." 366 Weird Movies (July 24, 2010)

American Gigolo (USA: Paul Schrader, 1980: 117 mins)

Hamilton, John R. "Paul Schrader." Senses of Cinema #56 (2010)

Bad Timing (USA: Nicolas Roeg, 1980: 123 mins)

Roeg, Nicolas, et al. "Bad Timing." The Projection Booth #264 (March 29, 2016)

Berlin Alexanderplatz (West Germany: Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1980: 894 mins)

Hoberman, J. "The Single Antidote to Thoughts of Suicide: Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s American friends." Moving Image Source (June 28, 2012)

Breaker Morant (Australia: Bruce Beresford, 1980: 107 mins)

Daseler, Graham. "Kangaroo Court: On Bruce Beresford's Breaker Morant. Bright Lights Film Journal #80 (May 2013)

Caddyshack (USA: Harold Ramis, 1980: 98 mins)

"Caddyshack with Peter Berkrot." I Was There Too (December 24, 2014)

The Changeling (Canada: Peter Medak, 1980: 107 mins)

Jupin, Andrew, Alex Kohagen and Peter Medak. "The Changeling." The Production Booth #260 (March 1, 2016)

Coal Miner's Daughter (USA: Michael Apted, 1980: 125 mins)

"Negotiating Authenticity: Coal Miner's Daughter, the Biopic, and Country Music." Americana (Fall 2008)

Cruising (West Germany/USA: William Friedkin, 1980: 102 mins)

Murray, Noel. "William Friedkin and the Art of Immediacy." The Dissolve (May 1, 2014)

Dressed to Kill (USA: Brian de Palma, 1980: 105 mins)

Koresky, Michael. "Dressed to Kill: The Power of Two." Current (September 8, 2015)

McNeil, Jeremiah, Dan Patterson and Tom Sutpen. "The Unedited Commentary Track: Dressed to Kill (Brian DePalma; 1980)." Illusion Travels by Streetcar #89 (January 20, 2016)

The Elephant Man (USA/UK: David Lynch, 1980: 124 mins)

Greene, Liz. "David Lynch's Blue Velvet and The Elephant Man." Must See Films (June 2015)

Every Man For Himself (France/Austria/West Germany/Switzerland: Jean-Luc Godard, 1980: 87 mins)

Brody, Richard. "An Exile in Paradise." The New Yorker (November 20, 2000)

McCabe, Colin. "Illuminations: Godard’s Every Man for Himself." The Current (February 19, 2015)

Flash Gordon (UK/USA: Mike Hodges, 1980: 111 mins)

El Goro and Jae. "Barbarella (1968) and Flash Gordon (1980)." Talk without Rhythm #368 (April 30, 2017)

Kuersten, Erich. "The Primal Father (CinemArchetypes #8)." Acidemic (March 19, 2012)

The Fog (USA: John Carpenter, 1980: 89 mins)

El Goro. "Assault on Precinct 13 (1976) and The Fog (1980)." Talk Without Rhythm #374 (June 18, 2017)

Fichera, Blake and James Hancock. "John Carpenter, Horror Master." Wrong Reel #272 (May 29, 2017)

Foxes (USA: Adrian Lynne, 1980: 106 mins)

Kuersten, Erich. "CinemArchetype #5: The Human Sacrifice." Acidemic (February 28, 2012)

Gloria (USA: John Cassavetes, 1980: 123 mins)

Palmer, Landon. "6 Filmmaking Tips From John Cassavettes." Film School Rejects (August 13, 2014)

Golem (Poland: Piotr Szulkin, 1980: 92 mins)

Tafoya, Scout. "The Post-Punk Cinema Manifesto." Keyframe (September 10, 2015)

Home Movies (USA: Brian De Palma, 1980: 90 mins)

McNeil, Jeremiah, et al. "The Radical Comedies of Brian De Palma (1968-1980)." Illusion Travels By Streetcar #98 (April 7, 2016)

The Long Riders (USA: Walter Hill, 1980: 100 mins)

Cribbs, John and James Hancock. "The Cinema of Walter Hill." Wrong Reel #302 (July 2017) 

Maniac (USA: William Lustig, 1980: 87 mins)

Bradley, S.A. and J. Blake Fichera. "Sympathetic Monsters." Hellbent for Horror #43 (June 6, 2017)
["Can you sympathize with a monster?  In some cases I think you can. It depends on the story and how well the story is told and acted. ... George Romero, Fritz Lang, Martin Scorsese, Joe Spinell, Michael Powell, and Patty Jenkins all presented monsters who were more than simply killers. While we don’t condone the actions of the characters in these films, these killers display complex psyches that are worth discussing.  We tackle some old and newer films to talk about, among other things, how people empathized with Travis Bickle in Taxi Driver, and how Peeping Tom possibly destroyed Michael Powell’s career because the critics and audiences related to the main character... a little too much."]

Mon Oncle D'Amerique (France: Alain Resnais, 1980: 125 mins)

Rosenbaum, Jonathan. "Interview with Alain Resnais on MON ONCLE D’AMÉRIQUE (1980)." (Personal Website: February 26, 2014)

The Ninth Configuration (USA: William Peter Blatty, 1980: 118 mins)

Deighan, Samm, et al. "The Ninth Configuration (1980)." The Projection Booth #323 (May 16, 2017) ["Written and directed by William Peter Blatty, The Ninth Configuration (1980) ... and was based on his novel Twinkle Twinkle Killer Kane. The film stars Stacy Keach as Col. Hudson Kane, a new psychiatrist at an unusual retreat for men who have cracked up during the Vietnam War. Also at this fog shrouded castle is Captain Billy Cutshaw (Scott Wilson), an astronaut who freaked out before his mission to the moon. The two men are at odds about the world, especially around the question of faith."]

Permanent Vacation (USA: Jim Jarmusch, 1980: 75 mins)

Flores, Steven. "The Auteurs: Jim Jarmusch." Cinemaxis (December 10, 2013)

Pinkerton, Nick. "New York’s Alright If You Like Saxophones: Permanent Vacation." Reverse Shot (Summer 2005)

Popeye (USA: Robert Altman, 1980: 114 mins)

Buckler, Dana. "Robin Williams Retrospective." How Is This Movie? (May 30, 2017)

Tobias, Scott. "How Robert Altman turned Popeye into an Altman movie." Dissolve (April 9, 2014)

Prom Night (Canada: Paul Lynch, 1980: 92 mins)

Hancock, James and Martin Kessler. "Canuxploitation." Flixwise (May 30, 2017)

Shogun Assassin (Japan/USA: Robert Huston and Kenji Misumi, 1980: 85 mins)

Kohagen, Axel, Geoff Todd and Mike White. "The Lone Wolf and Cub Saga." The Projection Booth #303 (December 31, 2016) ["The Lone Wolf & Cub Films (also known as the Babycart Films, the Kozure Okami Films, the Shogun Assassin series and more) are six movies released from 1972-1974 starring Tomisaburo Wakayama as Ogami Itto, the Shogun's decapitator. After he's framed by the villainous Yagyu clan, he travels the countryside with his young son in a tricked-out baby cart as an assassin and son for hire. Adapted from the manga by author Kazuo Koike, the films are both gorgeously contemplative and gory bloodbaths. Geoff Todd and Axel Kohagen join Mike to discuss the original manga, the television adaptations, the 1989 follow-up film, the 1992 reboot, and a handful of influences that the films have had on American popular culture."]

Solo Sunny (East Germany: Konrad Wolf, 1980: 100 mins)

Brockmann, Stephen. "Solo Sunny (1973) or Even Socialism Can't Stave Off Loneliness." A Critical History of German Film Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2010: 274-282. [Professor has copy of the book]

Terror Train (USA: Roger Spottiswoode, 1980: 97 mins)

Loudermilk, A. "Last to Leave the Theater: Sissy Spectatorship of Stalker Movies and the "Final Girls" Who Survive Them." Bright Lights Film Journal #78 (November 2012)

1981

An American Werewolf in London (UK/USA: John Landis, 1981: 97 mins)



The Beyond (Italy: Lucio Fulci, 1981: 87 mins)

Totaro, Donato. "The Beyond: Lucio Fulci's Zombie Masterpiece." Offscreen 1.2 (July 1997)

Blind Chance (Poland: Krzysztof Kieslowski, 1981: 114 mins)

Cummings, Doug. "Great Directors: Krzysztof Kieslowski." Senses of Cinema #27 (2003)

Blow Out (USA: Brian de Palma, 1981: 107 mins)

Barton-Fumo, Margaret. "Location, Location, Location." Film Comment Podcast (July 18, 2017) ["Plenty of films open with an establishing shot of a city’s iconic skyline, or of a few iconic barns, only to go on and use the location as an anonymous backdrop. But few and far between are films that actually use the specificity that comes from location shooting to express something about the city’s history, the characters, and the story itself. The cover story of our July/August issue is the Safdie Brothers’ Good Time—a New York film through and through—and in the same issue’s Art and Craft column, we asked veteran location manager Ken Lavet to reflect on the art of scouting for Steven Soderbergh and other filmmakers. “It always starts with the story—whether it’s in a beat sheet form or a script or a treatment of some kind,” Lavet writes. “Hopefully I get some description from the screenwriter—of, say, a house, or an apartment building, or an office. And I start looking with that in mind.”"]

Escape From New York (UK/USA: John Carpenter, 1981: 99 mins)

"Escape From New York: John Carpemter's Thrilling, Pumped-Up Ride Through the Streets of a Dystopian New York City." Cinephilia and Beyond (August 2016)

Head, Stephen Slaughter and Brett Michel. "Escape From New York (1981)." Diabolique #36 (July 28, 2015)

The Evil Dead (USA: Sam Raimi, 1981: 85 mins)

"Sam Raimi's Low Budget Camera Rigs for Evil Dead." Curly Horns and Iron Teeth (May 25, 2016)

Honky Tonk Freeway (UK/USA: John Schlesinger, 1981: 107 mins)

Brown, Julia Prewitt. "Box office failure: Honky Tonk Freeway and the risks of embarrassing the United States." Jump Cut #57 (Fall 2016)

Knightriders (USA: George A. Romero, 1981: 146 mins)



Bradley, S.A. "My Ride's Here: Remembering George A. Romero." Hellbent for Horror #48 (July 27, 2017)

Looker (USA: Michael Crichton, 1981: 93 mins)

Conrad, Marjorie, Heather Drain and Michael White. "Looker." The Projection Booth #256 (February 2, 2016) ["In Looker, writer/director Michael Crichton examined the allure of advertising. Plastic surgeon Dr. Larry Roberts (Albert Finney) has been performing millimeter-specific procedures on models including Cindy Fairmont (Susan Dey). When his patients start dying under suspicious circumstances, the trail leads to mogul John Reston (James Coburn)."]

Marianne and Juliane (West Germany: Margarethe von Trotta, 1981: 106 mins)

Brockmann, Stephen. "Die bleirne Zeit (1981): Film and Terrorism." A Critical History of German Film Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2010: 382-397. [Professor has copy of the book]

Maxwell Street Blues (USA: Linda Williams and Raul Zaritsky, 1981: 56 mins)

Houkal, Chris. "Chicago's 12 Bar Swan Song." Facets Features (December 5, 2014)

Modern Romance (USA: Albert Brooks, 1981: 93 mins)

D'Anna, Becky, James Hancock and Kevin Maher. "Albert Brooks and the Genius of an Open-Faced Sandwich." Wrong Reel #308 (August 2017) 

Mommie Dearest (USA: Frank Perry, 1981: 129 mins)

Alda, Rutanya, et al. "Mommie Dearest (1981)." The Projection Booth #322 (May 10, 2017) ["Based on the scandalous memoir by Christina Crawford, Frank Perry's Mommie Dearest (1981) gave the world a powerhouse performance by Faye Dunaway as Joan Crawford. On this episode of The Projection Booth, Joshua Grannell and Terry Frost join Mike to discuss the movie and its reception. Guests this episode include actress Rutanya Alda who gives a behind-the-scenes account of the shooting of the film and Justin Bozung who is currently writing a book about director Frank Perry."]

Ms 45 (USA: Abel Ferrara, 1981: 80 mins)

"Alexandra Heller-Nicholas (Ms. 45)." The Cinephiliacs #90 (March 17, 2017) ["Cinema is not just watching: it's shivering, sweating, and screaming. Those aspects of the moves are part of what drives Australian film critic Alexandra Heller-Nicholas. The co-editor of Senses of Cinema discusses her interest in horror films through a number of multimedia projects from radio to image collages on Twitter. They also dive deep on her books on rape-revenge, Dario Argento's Suspria, and now her latest on Abel Ferrara's exploitation classic, Ms. 45...or does the film actually belong to its lead actress Zoë Lund? The two look at the unique tension between director and performer, and how this surprisingly complex film has become an icon for feminist horror buffs."]

Met, Philippe. "Abel Ferrara: Filming (on) the Wild Side (of New York)." Senses of Cinema (September 2013)

My Dinner with Andre (USA: Louis Malle, 1981: 110 mins)

Nayman, Adam. "Beyond Words: Old Joy and My Dinner With Andre." Reverse Shot #29 (2011)

Nighthawks (USA: Bruce Malmuth and Gary Nelson, 1981: 99 mins)

Kuersten, Erich. "CinemArchetype #7: The Shadow." Acidemic (March 8, 2012)

Polyester (USA: John Waters, 1981: 86 mins)

"Divine Trash (John Waters Special)." Naked Lunch #1 (December 7, 2008)

Raiders of the Lost Ark (USA: Steven Spielberg, 1981: 115 mins)

Buckler, Dana. "Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)." How Is This Movie? (October 3, 2017)

"Raiders of the Lost Ark." Scriptnotes #230 (December 29, 2015)

Reds (USA: Warren Beatty, 1981: 195 mins)

Hancock, James and Bill Teck. "Warren Beatty and the New Hollywood." Wrong Reel #265 (May 2017)

The Road Warrior (Australia: George Miller, 1981: 94 mins)

Mad Max Saga." Balder and Dash (May 11, 2015)

Benedict, Steven. "The Techniques and Themes of Steven Spielberg." Vimeo (August 8, 2012)

Scanners (Canada: David Cronenberg, 1981: 103 mins)

Cargill, Robert C. and Brian Salisbury. "Scanners." Junk Food Cinema (March 2017)

Ferrara, Greg. "Scanners: Cronenberg, Existence, and Body Horror." Streamline (November 6, 2016)

Southern Comfort (USA/Switzerland/UK: Walter Hill, 1981: 106 mins) 

Cribbs, John and James Hancock. "The Cinema of Walter Hill." Wrong Reel #302 (July 2017) 

They All Laughed (USA: Peter Bogdanovich, 1981: 115 mins)

 Longworth, Karina. "Dorothy Stratten (Dead Blondes Episode 13)." You Must Remember This (April 25, 2017) ["Our Dead Blondes season concludes with the story of Dorothy Stratten. Coaxed into nude modeling by Paul Snider, her sleazy boyfriend-turned-husband, 18 year-old Stratten was seized on by Playboy as the heir apparent to Marilyn Monroe. She ascended to the top of the Playboy firmament quickly, and just after Hugh Hefner decided to make her Playmate of the Year, she met filmmaker Peter Bogdanovich, who fell in love with her and rewrote his upcoming film, They All Laughed, to give Dorothy a star-making role. After filming They All Laughed Dorothy planned to leave Snider and Playboy for life with Bogdanovich -- but her husband had other ideas."]

The True Game of Death (Taiwan: Chen Tien-Tai, 1981: 81 mins)

Lee, Kevin B. "Bruce Lee, Before and After the Dragon." Keyframe (July 18, 2013) ["From orphan child star to kung fu clones: on the 40th anniversary of Bruce Lee’s death, a look at the bizarre bookends of his legendary career."]

Wolfen (USA: Michael Wadleigh, 1981: 115 mins)

Sage, Tyler. "Wolfen: They Might Be Gods." Jump Cut #56 (2014)

1982


48 Hrs (USA: Walter Hill, 1982: 96 mins)

Cribbs, John and James Hancock. "The Cinema of Walter Hill." Wrong Reel #302 (July 2017) 

Ashes and Embers (USA: Haile Gerima, 1982: 120 mins)

Gerima, Haile. "Ashes and Embers." The Treatment (March 28, 2016) ["Filmmaker Haile Gerima left Ethopia for the US where he studied acting and ultimately found a voice in film, becoming a leading member of the "LA Rebellion" film movement. With an African American perspective on social commentary at the forefront of his work, his 1982 film Ashes and Embers is now being re-released through Array, the LA-based film collective founded by filmmaker Ava DuVernay. Today, Germina joins Elvis Mitchell in a discussion about cultural usurpation and historical discrimination in Hollywood."]

Burden of Dreams (USA: Les Blank, 1982: 95 mins)

Koski, Genevieve, et al. "The Lost City of Z / Burden of Dreams, Part 1." The Next Picture Show #74 (May 2, 2017) ["James Gray’s new jungle adventure THE LOST CITY OF Z inspired us to take another trip to the Amazon via Les Blank’s BURDEN OF DREAMS, the 1982 documentary chronicling the notoriously difficult filming of Werner Herzog’s Amazonian epic FITZCARRALDO. In this half, we talk about Herzog — both the director and the pop-culture character we’ve come to know — and the borderline-mania that seems to drive his unique process. We also wrestle with what BURDEN reveals about how the indigenous people who worked on Herzog’s film were treated. "]

---. "The Lost City of Z / Burden of Dreams, Part 2." The Next Picture Show #75 (May 4, 2017) ["There’s a lot more connecting Les Blank's BURDEN OF DREAMS with James Gray’s new THE LOST CITY OF Z than the jungle setting, though that of course factors into our discussion of the two films. In this half, we share our reactions to Gray’s stately new film before delving into how the two films engage with obsession and hubris, the clash between European and South American cultures, and the handling of early-19th-century stories."]

Cat People (USA: Paul Schraeder, 1982: 118 mins)

Smith, Justine. "Of Love and Other Demons: Cat People (Paul Schrader, 1982)." Vague Visages (September 15, 2016)

Conan the Barbarian (USA: John Milius, 1982: 129 mins)

Leotta, Alfio. "'I love the smell of napalm in the morning': Violence and nostalgia in the cinema of John Milius." Jump Cut #57 (Fall 2016)

The Draughtsman's Contract (UK: Peter Greenaway, 1982: 108 mins)

Liz, Luiza. "Peter Greenaway and the Language of Film." (Posted on Youtube: July 25, 2016)

E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (USA: Steven Spielberg, 1982: 115 mins)

Benedict, Steven. "The Techniques and Themes of Steven Spielberg." Vimeo (August 8, 2012)

"E.T. and Alienation." Pop Culture Case Study (June 30, 2016)

First Blood (USA: Ted Kotcheff, 1982: 93 mins)

Lembcke, Jerry. "The Myth of the Spitting Antiwar Protester." The New York Times (October 13, 2017)

Seitz, Matt Zoller. "Zachary Oberzan's One Man Rambo Rethink." Filmmaker (January 10, 2010)

Fitzcarraldo (West Germany/Peru: Werner Herzog, 1982: 158 mins)

Herzog, Werner. "Werner Herzog Talks About Madmen And Caves In Interviews From 'Fresh Air' Archives." Fresh Air (August 22, 2014)

Prager, Brad. "Fitzcarraldo: Uphill Battles." Keyframe (April 15, 2014)

The Living Dead Girl (France: Jean Rollin, 1982: 86 mins)

Deighan, Samm and Kat Ellinger. "Lust for a Female Vampire: The Evolution of Lesbian Vampires in Cinema, Part 2." Daughters of Darkness #2 (March 28, 2017) ["Kat and Samm continue their three-part discussion of lesbian vampire films, this time with a focus on European cult directors like Jess Franco, Jean Rollin, and Walerian Borowczyk. They begin their discussion with the career of the prolific Jess Franco, who produced a number of films with lesbian vampire themes, namely Vampyros Lesbos (1971). This starred his first muse, Soledad Miranda, as the mysterious Countess Carody, who sunbathes by day but thirsts for blood at night. Franco also adapted Bram Stoker’s novel with the relatively traditional Count Dracula (1970), but continued to explore his own perverse variations on vampire mythology in Dracula’s Daughter (1972) and the explicit Female Vampire (1975), with his longtime partner Lina Romay. Also explored is the work of French director Jean Rollin, known for his dreamlike, often surreal vampire films such as The Rape of the Vampire (1968), The Nude Vampire (1970), The Shiver of the Vampires (1971), and Requiem for a Vampire (1973). While these films infrequently use overt depictions of lesbianism, they are generally concerned with pairs or groups of female vampires banded together against the world. In films like Fascination (1979), about blood-drinking socialites, and The Living Dead Girl (1982), the tragic tale of a love that survives beyond death, Rollin expanded on his early themes. The episode concludes with a discussion of a few films that touch upon the legend of historical murderer and alleged blood-drinker Elizabeth Bathory. Most importantly is Belgian film Daughters of Darkness (1971), the podcast’s namesake, which follows a newly married couple who encounter an elegant and possibly ageless woman at a seaside hotel."]

The Night of the Shooting Stars (Italy: Paolo Taviani and Vittorio Taviani, 1982: 105 mins)

Sorlin, Pierre. "The Night of the Shooting Stars: Fascism, Resistance, and the Liberation of Italy." Revisioning History: Film and the Construction of a New Past. ed. Robert A. Rosenstone. Princeton University Press, 1995: 77-88. [Your professor has a copy]

Pink Floyd The Wall (UK: Alan Parker, 1982: 95 mins)

Barker, Jennifer Lynne. The Aesthetics of Antifascist Film: Radical Projection. Routledge, 2013. [Get through interlibrary loan]

The World According to Garp (USA: George Roy Hill, 1982: 136 mins)

Buckler, Dana. "Robin Williams Retrospective." How Is This Movie? (May 30, 2017)


1983

The Ballad of Narayama (Japan: Shohei Imamura, 1983: 130 mins)

Cribbs, John, Chris Funderberg and Martin Kessler. "Shohei Imamura." Flixwise (September 19, 2017) ["Martin Kessler is joined by Chris Funderberg and John Cribbs of thepinksmoke.com to discuss the films of two-time Palme d’Or award-wining director Shohei Imamura. They talk about his dark subject matter, his bleak point of view, the phases of his career, and his wild sense of humour. They discuss how Imamura has been handled by critics, compare him to New German Cinema, Luis Buñuel, and discuss why comparing him to other Japanese filmmakers may be misleading."]

Christine (USA: John Carpenter, 1983: 110 mins)

Fichera, Blake and James Hancock. "John Carpenter, Horror Master." Wrong Reel #272 (May 29, 2017)

The Dead Zone (USA: David Cronenberg, 1983: 103 mins)

Hancock, James and Martin Kessler. "The King of Horror." The Wrong Reel #135 (May 16, 2016)

Dallos (Japan: Mamoru Oshii, 1983: 83 mins)

El Goro. "Dallos (1983) and Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade (1999)." Talk Without Rhythm (May 7, 2017)

The Day After (USA: Nicholas Meyer, 1983: 127 mins)

Goro, El. "The Day After (1983) and Threads (1984)." Talk Without Rhythm #383 (August 27, 2017)

Entre Nous (France: Diane Kurys, 1983: 110 mins)

Nagy, Phyllis. "Carol Screenwriter talks Cate Blanchett, Todd Haynes, and Isabelle Huppert’s Pact with The Devil." Flixwise (February 14, 2017)  ["The funny and brilliant Phyllis Nagy is here to talk about adapting Carol’s screenplay from Patricia Highsmith’s original source material and the lengthy, and at times frustrating, process of getting the film into production. They chat about Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara’s rendering of the two lead characters, as well as the standout performance from supporting players, Sarah Paulson and Kyle Chandler. Plus, Phyllis offers a scoop on what happened to a few scenes from the book that didn’t make the final cut of the film. ... In addition to filling us in on details from behind-the-scenes of Carol, Phyllis is also here to discuss a pair of standout performances by the incomparable French actress, Isabelle Huppert. This year Huppert was, at long last, nominated for her first Academy Award. However, Huppert has been giving Oscar-worthy performances well before she ever worked with Verhoeven. If you are unfamiliar with her work up to this point, you might not know where to begin, as her filmography is quite extensive. Fortunately, Phyllis is here to offer up two of her favorite Huppert films as suggestions for your watch list: Claude Chabrol’s 1988 film: Story of Women, and Diane Kurys 1983 film: Entre Nous.  Both Story of Women and Entre Nous are period dramas which find Huppert playing malcontented married women, both of whom form deep attachments to their closest female friends. In Story of Women she plays Marie Latour, a woman who, despite her husband’s objections, traffics in abortions and other illegal various dealings in German occupied France. In Entre Nous, Huppert plays Lena Weber, a woman who falls into an expedient marriage in order to escape Nazi control, but after the war is over falls in the love with another woman."]

First Name: Carmen (France: Jean-Luc Godard, 1983: 85 mins)

Brody, Richard. "An Exile in Paradise." The New Yorker (November 20, 2000)

The Gold Diggers (UK: Sally Potter, 1983: 89 mins)

Mayer, Sophie. "Where We Are Is Here: On the Influence of Female Filmmakers." Another Gaze (March 14, 2016)

The Hunger (UK/USA: Tony Scott, 1983: 97 mins)

Pasternack, Jesse. "Sex, Music, and Death: Why The Hunger is the Definitive David Bowie Film." A Place for Film (October 24, 2016)

L'argent (France/Switzerland: Robert Bresson, 1983: 85 mins)
Tupitsyn, Masha. "On Robert Bresson." Necessary Fiction (January 8, 2014)

Mr. Mom (USA: Stan Dragoti, 1983: 91 mins)

Cosbey, Janet. "Reel Families: The Delicate Balance of Family and Work in Film." Cinematic Sociology: Social Life in Film. Los Angeles, CA: Sage, 2013: 194-207. [In BCTC Library PN1995.9 S6 C543 2013]

Nostalgia (Italy/Soviet Union: Andrei Tarkovsky, 1983: 125 mins)

Bond, Lewis. "Andrei Tarkovsky - Poetic Harmony." (Posted on Youtube: April 29, 2016)

Return of the Jedi (USA: Richard Marquand, 1983: 131 mins)

Kuersten, Erich. "The Primal Father (CinemArchetypes #8)." Acidemic (March 19, 2012)

Sans Soleil (France: Chris Marker, 1983: 100 mins)

Marshall, Colin. "Our Curious Man in Japan: Chris Marker, Sans Soleil, and films that stand for us." Quarterly Conversation (December 3, 2012)

Stone, Rob. "Between Sunrise and Sunless." Film Studies for Free (February 10, 2014)

Sleepaway Camp (USA: Robert Hiltzik, 1983: 88 mins)

Loudermilk, A. "Last to Leave the Theater: Sissy Spectatorship of Stalker Movies and the "Final Girls" Who Survive Them." Bright Lights Film Journal #78 (November 2012)

Star 80 (USA: Bob Fosse, 1983: 103 mins)

 Longworth, Karina. "Dorothy Stratten (Dead Blondes Episode 13)." You Must Remember This (April 25, 2017) ["Our Dead Blondes season concludes with the story of Dorothy Stratten. Coaxed into nude modeling by Paul Snider, her sleazy boyfriend-turned-husband, 18 year-old Stratten was seized on by Playboy as the heir apparent to Marilyn Monroe. She ascended to the top of the Playboy firmament quickly, and just after Hugh Hefner decided to make her Playmate of the Year, she met filmmaker Peter Bogdanovich, who fell in love with her and rewrote his upcoming film, They All Laughed, to give Dorothy a star-making role. After filming They All Laughed Dorothy planned to leave Snider and Playboy for life with Bogdanovich -- but her husband had other ideas."]

Three Crowns of the Sailor (France: Raoul Ruiz, 1983: 117 mins)

Doran, Sabine. "The Aesthetics of Postcolonial Cinema in Raul Ruiz's Three Crowns of the Sailor." Postcolonial Cinema Studies. ed. Sandra Ponzanesi & Marguerite Waller. NY: Routledge, 2012: 143-156. [Available in BCTC Library PN1995.9 P6 P68 2012]

Trading Places (USA: John Landis, 1983: 116 mins)


Zelig (USA: Woody Allen, 1983: 79 mins)

Robinson, Tasha. "Keynote: Zelig." The Dissolve (July 22, 2013)

1984

The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai in the Eighth Dimension (USA: W.D. Richter, 1984: 103 mins)

Smalley, G. "The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eighth Dimension (1984)." 366 Weird Movies (May 2, 2012)

A Nightmare on Elm Street (USA: Wes Craven, 1984: 91 mins)

Hancock, James and Mike Vanderbilt. "One, Two, Freddy's Coming for You." Wrong Reel #329 (October 2017)

Kempenaar, Adam and Josh Larsen. "Top 5 Childhood Movie Scares with Ti West / A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)." Filmspotting #609 (October 27, 2016)

Beverly Hills Cop (USA: Martin Brest, 1984: 105 mins)

Ashton, John, et al. "Beverly Hills Cop (1984)." The Projection Booth #315 (March 21, 2017) ["In Martin Brest's Beverly Hills Cop (1984), Eddie Murphy stars as Detroit police officer Axel Foley. He pursues the killers of his childhood friend to Beverly Hills where the local constabulary find his methods questionable. We talk to screenwriter Daniel Petrie Jr, actors John Ashton, Ronny Cox, and Steven Berkoff along with composer Harold Faltermeyer. As an added bonus, we talk to the original writer of Beverly Hills Cop III, Steven E. de Sousa."]

Body Double (USA: Brian De Palma, 1984: 114 mins)

Kempenaar, Adam and Josh Larsen. "Blindspotting - Body Double / You, The Living." Filmspotting #590 (June 17, 2016)

The Brother From Another Planet (USA: John Sayles, 1984: 108 mins)

Clark, Ashley. "Alien abductions: 12 Years a Slave and the past as science fiction."  Sight and Sound (April 14, 2015)

Dune (USA: David Lynch, 1984: 137 mins)

Dawson, Mike. "Misunderstood Modern Cinema: Dune Left Field Cinema (August 5, 2009)

The Element of Crime (Denmark: Lars Von Trier, 1984: 104 mins)

Tafoya, Scout. "The Post-Punk Cinema Manifesto." Keyframe (September 10, 2015)

Flashpoint (USA: William Tannen, 1984: 94 mins)

Kiang, Jessica. "50th Anniversary: 8 JFK Assassination Films That Revisit History." The Playlist (November 20, 2013)

Full Moon In Paris (France: Eric Rohmer, 1984: 100 mins)

Klevan, Andrew. "Expressing the In-Between." LOLA (2011)

Ghostbusters (USA: Ivan Reitman, 1984: 105 mins)

Koski, Genevieve, et al. "Ghostbusters (2016) / Ghostbusters (1984), Pt. 1" The Next Picture Show #37 (July 26, 2016) ["The strange controversy over Paul Feig's gender-reversed GHOSTBUSTERS has us looking back at the original 1984 GHOSTBUSTERS to see what about it has inspired such strong feeling. In this half of the conversation, we focus on the then-and-now of Ivan Reitman's original, while trying (unsuccessfully) to dodge the dreaded "N" word: "nostalgia.""]

---. "Ghostbusters (2016) / Ghostbusters (1984), Part 2." The Next Picture Show #38 (July 28, 2016) ["Our GHOSTBUSTERS discussion turns its attention to Paul Feig's new remake, which was made with obvious affection for (and cameos from) the 1984 version, and replicates certain character types and plot points. But it also breaks from it in significant ways we'll discuss, as well as thoughts on the effects, the villains, New York City, blockbuster culture, and more."]

Gremlins (USA: Joe Dante, 1984: 106 mins)

Dante, Joe, et al. "Gremlins." The Projection Booth #127 (106 mins)

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (USA: Steven Spielberg, 1984: 118 mins)

Faraci, Devin and Amy Nicholson. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom." The Canon (November 10, 2014)

La Femme Publique (France: Andzej Zulawski, 1984: 113 mins)

Kwiatkowski, Al and Brad Strauss. "Andrzej Zulawski." Director's Club #126 (March 14, 2017)

Love Streams (USA: John Cassavetes, 1984: 141 mins)

Palmer, Landon. "6 Filmmaking Tips From John Cassavettes." Film School Rejects (August 13, 2014)

Moscow on the Hudson (USA: Paul Mazursky, 1984: 115 mins)

Buckler, Dana. "Robin Williams Retrospective." How Is This Movie? (May 30, 2017)

Paris, Texas (West Germany/France/UK/USA: Wim Wenders, 1984: 147 mins)

Anders, Alison. "A Moment with Harry." Current (September 28, 2017)

Simpson, Craig. "Paris, Texas." The Cinephiliacs #27 (October 20, 2013)

Purple Rain (USA: Albert Magnoli, 1984: 111 mins)

Martin, Adrian. "Six Grabs at Purple Rain." Film Critic (September 1984 / April 2016)

Red Dawn (USA: John Milius, 1984: 114 mins)

Leotta, Alfio. "'I love the smell of napalm in the morning': Violence and nostalgia in the cinema of John Milius." Jump Cut #57 (Fall 2016)

Solomon Northrup's Odyssey (USA: Gordon Parks, 1984: 115 mins)

Kellner, Douglas. "The horrors of slavery and modes of representation in Amistad and 12 Years a Slave." Jump Cut #56 (Winter 2014/2015)

Starman (USA: John Carpenter, 1984: 115 mins)

Fichera, Blake and James Hancock. "John Carpenter, Horror Master." Wrong Reel #272 (May 29, 2017)

Stranger Than Paradise (USA/West Germany: Jim Jarmusch, 1984: 89 mins)

Flores, Steven. "The Auteurs: Jim Jarmusch." Cinemaxis (December 10, 2013)

Streets of Fire (USA: Walter Hill, 1984: 93 mins)

Cargill, Robert C., Greg MacLennan and Brian Salisbury.  "Streets of Fire." Junk Food Cinema (December 16, 2016)

Cribbs, John and James Hancock. "The Cinema of Walter Hill." Wrong Reel #302 (July 2017) 

The Terminator (UK/USA: James Cameron, 1984: 107 mins)

McKenna, Juliet, et al. "Fight Scenes and Women Warriors." Breaking the Glass Slipper 2.8 (April 13, 2017) ["As Kameron Hurley discusses in her Hugo Award-winning article, ‘We Have Always Fought‘, women have always fought. So why don’t we see more women warriors in science fiction and fantasy novels? History is full of women on battlefields and in brawls, even if the history books might gloss over it. Remember: much of the history we hold as the gold standard was written by men who were reinforcing the social structures they created. When it comes to fight scenes, there’s already enough to think about without worrying about gender representation (and no, that’s not an excuse…). A well-written fight scene is a rare gem. We talk to writer and martial artist Juliet McKenna about the common mistakes writers make when writing fight scenes, from grand military battles to a pub fight, we talk weapons, fight styles, point of view, and more. What makes a fight scene interesting? How much detail is too much? And it wouldn’t be an episode of Breaking the Glass Slipper without us championing some of our favourite examples of great women warriors in SFFH."]

Messner, Michael A. "The Masculinity of the Governator: Muscle and Compassion in American Politics." Cinematic Sociology: Social Life in Film. Los Angeles, CA: Sage, 2013: 135-148. [In BCTC Library PN1995.9 S6 C543 2013]

This Is Spinal Tap (USA: Rob Reiner, 1984: 82 mins)

Koskie, Genevieve, et al. "(Pt. 1) This Is Spinal Tap / Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping." The Next Picture Show #31 (June 14, 2016)

Threads (UK/Australia/USA: Mick Jackson, 1984: 112 mins)

Goro, El. "The Day After (1983) and Threads (1984)." Talk Without Rhythm #383 (August 27, 2017)

Under the Volcano (Mexico/USA: John Huston, 1984: 112 mins)

Kuersten, Erich. "CinemArchetype #4: The Hanged Man." Acidemic  (February 12, 2012)

Voyage to Cythera (Greece/Italy/UK/West Germany: Theodoros Angelopoulos, 1984: 120 mins)

Horton, Andrew. "The Greek and Balkan Spirit of Comedy During the Journeys with the Films of Theo Angelopoulos." Greek Cinema and Films About Greece (2012)

1985

After Hours (USA: Martin Scorsese, 1985: 97 mins)

Carvajal, Nelson and Max Winter. "Video Essay: Women in the Works of Martin Scorsese." Press Play (February 7, 2014)

A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (USA: Jack Sholder, 1985: 87 mins)

Hancock, James and Mike Vanderbilt. "One, Two, Freddy's Coming for You." Wrong Reel #329 (October 2017)

A Zed & Two Noughts (UK/Netherlands: Peter Greenaway, 1985: 115 mins) 

Liz, Luiza. "Peter Greenaway and the Language of Film." (Posted on Youtube: July 25, 2016)

Clue (USA: Jonathan Lynn, 1985: 94 mins)

Cargill, C. Robert, Meghan McCain and Brian Salisbury. "Clue." Junk Food Cinema (April 19, 2016)

The Color Purple (USA: Steven Spielberg, 1985: 154 mins)

Benedict, Steven. "The Techniques and Themes of Steven Spielberg." Vimeo (August 8, 2012)

Sutherland, Jean-Anne. "Constructing Empowered Women: Cinematic Images of Power and Powerful Women." Cinematic Sociology: Social Life in Film. Los Angeles, CA: Sage, 2013: 149-161. [In BCTC Library PN1995.9 S6 C543 2013]

Day of the Dead (USA: George A. Romero, 1985: 96 mins)

Bradley, S.A. "My Ride's Here: Remembering George A. Romero." Hellbent for Horror #48 (July 27, 2017)

Fright Night (USA: Tom Holland, 1985: 106 mins)

Subisatti, Andrea and Alexandra West. "Revamp: Fright Night (1985) and The Lost Boys (1987)." The Faculty of Horror #40 (July 27, 2016) ["In the 1980s, vampires left their castles and European hideaways for American suburbs and small towns. In this episode, Andrea and Alex examine what happens when the monster you fear is part of your community and discuss what is to be done when they want to borrow more than just sugar…."]

God's Country (USA: Louis Malle, 1985: 90 mins)

Harris, Mark, et al. "Before and After, Live." The Film Comment Podcast (February 21, 2017) ["In his 1985 film God’s Country, Louis Malle visits a small town in Minnesota both before and after Reagan’s election, documenting the stark economic despair that the agricultural community was forced to face. Following a screening of God’s Country in the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s screening series Film Comment Selects, we conducted a live the Film Comment Podcast about how we differently perceive certain films before and after the election. To discuss this fraught political moment, we invited Mark Harris, author of Pictures at a Revolution and FC‘s Cinema ’67 Revisited column; Genevieve Yue, critic and assistant professor at the New School’s Eugene Lang College; and Farihah Zaman, filmmaker, critic, and Production Manager for Field of Vision to join FC Editor Nicolas Rapold and FC Digital Producer and podcast host Violet Lucca. Films discussed include those by Chris Marker, Errol Morris, Jason Osder, Alexander Payne, and more."]

Hail Mary (France/Switzerland/UK: Jean-Luc Godard, 1985: 107 mins)

Brody, Richard. "An Exile in Paradise." The New Yorker (November 20, 2000)

L'amour Braque (France: Andzej Zulawski, 1985: 101 mins)

Kwiatkowski, Al and Brad Strauss. "Andrzej Zulawski." Director's Club #126 (March 14, 2017)

Lifeforce (USA/UK: Tobe Hooper, 1985: 116 mins)

Cribbs, John, et al. "Geeking Out About Tobe Hooper." Wrong Reel #247 (March 2017)

Lost in America (USA: Albert Brooks, 1985: 91 mins)

D'Anna, Becky, James Hancock and Kevin Maher. "Albert Brooks and the Genius of an Open-Faced Sandwich." Wrong Reel #308 (August 2017) 

Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (Australia: George Miller and Gorge Ogilvie, 1985: 117 mins)

"Max Max Special 2: Beyond Thunderdome and Fury Road." Sordid Cinema #98 (May 24, 2015)

Sobczynski, Peter. "'I'm Just Here for the Gasoline': An Overview of the Mad Max Saga." Balder and Dash (May 11, 2015)

Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters (USA/Japan: Paul Schrader, 1985: 121 mins)

Hamilton, John R. "Paul Schrader." Senses of Cinema #56 (2010)

My Life as a Dog (Sweden: Lasse Hallström, 1985: 101 mins)

Kessler, Martin and Aaron West. "My Life as a Dog & Lasse Hallström’s Career." Criterion Close-Up #2 (August 16, 2015)

No End (Poland: Krzysztof Kieslowski, 1985: 109 mins)

Cummings, Doug. "Great Directors: Krzysztof Kieslowski." Senses of Cinema #27 (2003)

O-Bi, O-Ba - The End of Civilization (Poland: Piotr Szulkin, 1985: 88 mins)

Tafoya, Scout. "The Post-Punk Cinema Manifesto." Keyframe (September 10, 2015)

The Official Story (Argentina: Luis Puenzo, 1985: 112 mins)

Poppe, Nicholas. Teaching La Historia Oficial. The Cine-Files #9 (2016)

Ornette: Made in America (USA: Shirley Clarke, 1985: 85 mins)

Doros, Dennis. "The Films of Shirley Clarke." On Film (March 28, 2015)

Mudede, Charles. "Goodnight, Ornette Coleman." Keyframe (June 12, 2015)

Pale Rider (USA: Clint Eastwood, 1985: 115 mins)

McGee, Patrick. From Shane to Kill Bill: Rethinking the Western. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2007.[Professor has copy]

Police Story (Hong Kong: Jackie Chan, 1985: 101 mins)

Bordwell, David. "Bond vs. Chan: Jackie shows how it’s done." Observations on Film Art." (September 15, 2010)

Runaway Train (USA: Andrey Konchalovskiy, 1985: 111 mins)

Daseler, Graham. "La Bete Humaine: Runaway Train." Bright Lights Film Journal #76 (May 2012)

Sherman's March (USA: Ross McElwee, 1985: 157 mins)

Avila, Robert. "Ross McElwee and the Man Behind the Man Behind the Camera."   Keyframe (May 5, 2014)

She Spent So Many Hours Under the Sun Lamp (France: Phillipe Garrel, 1985: 130 mins)

López, Cristina Álvarez and Adrian Martin. "All Tomorrow's Parties." Notebook (January 20, 2014)

Shoah (France: Claude Lanzmann, 1985: 544 mins)

Goddard, Stephen. "'So, Did You See Me?': Testimony, Memory and Re-Making Film History." LOLA #1 (2011)

Presner, Todd. German 59: Holocaust in Film and Literature (2010 UCLA course posted on Youtube: February 10, 2010)

Tampopo (Japan:  Jûzô Itami, 1985: 114 mins)

Kingra, Ravinder. "The Greatest of All Food Films: That Would be Tampopo." Keyframe (October 20, 2016)

FILM TO TABLE Episode 1: TAMPOPO from Fandor on Vimeo.



To Live and Die In L.A. (USA: William Friedkin, 1985: 116 mins)

Murray, Noel. "William Friedkin and the Art of Immediacy." The Dissolve (May 1, 2014)

Vagabond (France: Agnès Varda, 1985: 105 mins)

Hamilton-Smith, David. "Life's Incidental Character: The Films Of Agnès Varda." The Quietus (June 6, 2014)

Hassania, Tina. "Female Homelessness in Agnès Varda’s Vagabond and Kelly Reichardt’s Wendy and Lucy." Cleo 1.2 (July 25, 2013)

Year of the Dragon (USA: Michael Cimino, 1985: 134 mins)

Brody, Richard. "Postscript: Michael Cimino, 1939-2016." The New Yorker (July 12, 2016)


1986:


Band of the Hand (USA: Paul Michael Glaser, 1986: 109 mins)

"One Junky Summer: Band of the Hand." Junk Food Cinema (July 21, 2016)

Big Trouble in Little China (USA: John Carpenter, 1986: 99 mins)

Fichera, Blake and James Hancock. "John Carpenter, Horror Master." Wrong Reel #272 (May 29, 2017)

Caravaggio (UK: Derek Jarman, 1986: 93 mins)

Tafoya, Scout. "The Post-Punk Cinema Manifesto." Keyframe (September 10, 2015)

Castle in the Sky (Japan: Hayao Miyazaki, 1986: 125 mins)

Brooks, Jordan. "Studio Ghibli Forever: An Initiation – ‘Laputa: Castle in the Sky." Vague Visages (May 25, 2016)

Down by Law (USA/West Germany: Jim Jarmusch, 1986: 107 mins)

Flores, Steven. "The Auteurs: Jim Jarmusch." Cinemaxis (December 10, 2013)

Fatherland (Singing the Blues in Red) (UK/West Germany/France: Ken Loach, 1986: 110 mins)

Barker, Jennifer Lynne. The Aesthetics of Antifascist Film: Radical Projection. Routledge, 2013. [Get through interlibrary loan]





Ferris Bueller's Day Off (USA: John Hughes, 1986: 103 mins)

Carhill, C. Robert and Brian Salisbury. "Rebel Without a Care: Spending a Day Off with Ferris Bueller." Junk Food Cinema (June 30, 2016)

Hannah and Her Sisters (USA: Woody Allen, 1986: 103 mins)

D'anna, Becky, James Hancock and Jacob Rivera. "Woody." Wrong Reel #205 (November 2016) ["Wide ranging discussion of his comedies prefaced by some clear analysis of his personal controversies"]

Hynes, Eric, et al. "New York, New York." Reverse Shot (June 15, 2011) ["Check out Reverse Shot's inaugural foray into video film criticism and the failure of video film criticism. We look at Taxi Driver, Hannah and Her Sisters, and their varying visions of New York."]

The Hitcher (USA: Robert Harmon, 1986: 97 mins)

Cargill, Robert C. and Brian Salisbury. "One Junky Summer: The Hitcher." Junk Food Cinema (September 1, 2016)

Labyrinth (UK/USA: Jim Henson, 1986: 101 mins)

Kuersten, Erich. "CinemArchetype #3: The Animus." Acidemic (February 1, 2012)

Manhunter (USA: Michael Mann, 1986: 119 mins)

Cargill, C. Robert and Brian Salisbury. "One Junky Summer: Manhunter." Junk Food Cinema (August 4, 2016)

Mauvais Sang (France/Switzerland: Leos Carax, 1986: 105 mins)

Tafoya, Scout. "The Post-Punk Cinema Manifesto." Keyframe (September 10, 2015)

The Name of the Rose (West Germany/Italy/France: Jean-Jacques Annaud, 1986: 130 mins)

Falzon, Christopher. "Philosophy Through Film." Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (August 12, 2013)

Never Too Young to Die (USA: Gil Bettman, 1986: 92 mins)

Bettman, Gil, et al. "Never Too Young to Die. (1986)" The Projection Booth (February 28, 2017)  [""I kinda wanted it to be Rocky Horror Picture Show meets Rambo" - Director Gil Bettman. An outstanding example of '80s Action Cinema, Never Too Young to Die (1986) stars John Stamos as Lance Stargrove, the "son of Bond", who teams up with Peter Kwong and Vanity to take down the evil intersex rock-n-roll cult leader Velvet Von Ragnar (Gene Simmons). The brainchild of Steven Paul (Baby Geniuses, Slapstick of Another Kind, The Double 0 Kid)"]

One Crazy Summer (USA: Savage Steve Holland, 1986: 93 mins)

Cargill, Robert C. and Brian Salisbury. "One Crazy Summer." Junk Food Cinema (August 11, 2016)

The Sacrifice (Sweden/UK/France: Andrei Tarkovsky, 1986: 149 mins)

Bond, Lewis. "Andrei Tarkovsky - Poetic Harmony." (Posted on Youtube: April 29, 2016)

Sid and Nancy (UK: Alex Cox, 1986: 112 mins)

Sudhakaran, Sareesh. "Cinematography of Roger Deakins." Wolfcrow (February 16, 2016)

Slaughter High (USA/UK: George Dugdale, Mark Ezra and Peter Litten, 1986: 90 mins)

Loudermilk, A. "Last to Leave the Theater: Sissy Spectatorship of Stalker Movies and the "Final Girls" Who Survive Them." Bright Lights Film Journal #78 (November 2012)

Stand By Me (USA: Rob Reiner, 1986: 89 mins)

Condon, Emily. "The Real Kids: Thirteen and Stand By Me." Reverse Shot #29 (2011)

Hancock, James and Martin Kessler. "The King of Horror." The Wrong Reel #135 (May 16, 2016)

Vamp (USA: Richard Wenk, 1986: 93 mins)

Carhill, C. Robert and Brian Salisbury. "How 1986's Vamp Reminds Us of Martin Scorsese." Junkfood Cinema (July 7, 2016)



1987

A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (USA: Chuck Russell, 1987: 96 mins)

Hancock, James and Mike Vanderbilt. "One, Two, Freddy's Coming for You." Wrong Reel #329 (October 2017)

Babette's Feast (Denmark: Gabriel Axel, 1987: 102 mins)

Greydanus, Steven D. "#10: Babette's Feast." Arts and Faith Top 100 Films (2011)

Kimmel, Michael. "Sitting in the Dark with Max: Classical Sociological Theory Through Film." Cinematic Sociology: Social Life in Film. Los Angeles, CA: Sage, 2013: 27-41. [In BCTC Library PN1995.9 S6 C543 2013]

The Belly of an Architect (UK/Italy: Peter Greenaway, 1987: 119 mins)

Liz, Luiza. "Peter Greenaway and the Language of Film." (Posted on Youtube: July 25, 2016)

Broadcast News (USA: James L. Brooks, 1987: 133 mins)

D'Anna, Becky, James Hancock and Kevin Maher. "Albert Brooks and the Genius of an Open-Faced Sandwich." Wrong Reel #308 (August 2017)

Hurne, Mark and Aaron West. "Broadcast News & Media through Film." Criterion Close-Up (August 10, 2015)

Empire of the Sun (USA: Steven Spielberg, 1987: 152 mins)

Benedict, Steven. "The Techniques and Themes of Steven Spielberg." Vimeo (August 8, 2012)

Extreme Prejudice (USA: Walter Hill, 1987: 104 mins)

Cargil, C. Robert and Brian Salisbury. "Extreme Prejudice." Junk Food Cinema #140 (May 30, 2017)

Cribbs, John and James Hancock. "The Cinema of Walter Hill." Wrong Reel #302 (July 2017) 

The Gate (Canada/USA: Tibor Takacs, 1987: 85 mins)

Hancock, James and Martin Kessler. "Canuxploitation." Flixwise (May 30, 2017)

Good Morning Vietnam (USA: Barry Levinson, 1987: 121 mins)

Buckler, Dana. "Robin Williams Retrospective." How Is This Movie? (May 30, 2017)

Hellraiser (UK: Clive Barker, 1987: 94 mins)

Cargill, Robert C. and Brian Salisbury. "Hellraiser and Hellbound: Hellraiser 2." Junk Food Cinema (October 5, 2017)

Hancock, James and Skye Wingfield. "Pain and Pleasure in Clive Barker's Hellraiser." Wrong Reel (January 2016)

Ishtar (USA: Mike Nichols, 1987: 107 mins)

May, Elaine and Mike Nichols. "Mike Nichols, Part 1." Close Up #6a (December 2014) ["In this special two-part episode of The Close-Up, we pay tribute to the late Mike Nichols. For Part 1, we present a conversation between Mike Nichols and Elaine May after a screening of May's "Ishtar" here at the Film Society of Lincoln Center in 2006."]

Stevens, Brad. "Ishtar, Elaine May, and the Road Not Taken." Sight and Sound (April 24, 2017) ["Elaine May’s misunderstood 1980s comedy critiqued 1980s American foreign policy and parodied male narcissism, which is probably why it also destroyed its director’s career."]

The Journey (also known as Resan) (Australia/Canada/Denmark/Finland/Italy/Japan/New Zealand/Soviet Union/Sweden/Norway: Peter Watkins, 1987: 873 mins)

Sicinski, Michael. "Nuclear Nightmares, Mapped: Peter Watkins’ The Journey." Keyframe (October 25, 2014) ["Watkins’ 873-minute global documentary focuses on nuclear proliferation and unmasks why we can’t envision a better, safer world."

King Lear (USA: Jean-Luc Godard, 1987: 90 mins)

Brody, Richard. "An Exile in Paradise." The New Yorker (November 20, 2000)

Rosenbaum, Jonathan. "The Importance of Being Perverse (Godard’s KING LEAR)." (Originally published in the Chicago Reader: April 8, 1988)

The Last Emperor (China/Italy/UK/France: Bernardo Bertolucci, 1987: 163 mins)

Feinberg, Scott. "Bernardo Bertolucci, Through Trials and Travails, Maintains That Cinema 'Is Life'" The Hollywood Reporter (November 30, 2013)

Law of Desire (Spain: Pedro Almodóvar, 1987: 102 mins)

Greven, David. "Making Love While the Bullets Fly: Plata Quemada (Burnt Money), Representation, and Queer Masculinity." Bright Lights Film Journal #80 (May 2013)

Lethal Weapon (USA: Richard Donner, 1987: 110 mins)

Cargill, Robert C. and Brian Salisbury.  "Lethal Weapon." Junk Food Cinema (April 13, 2017)  ["... the flick that redefined buddy cop cinema: Lethal Weapon. Sure, it's a spectacular, hilarious, and quotable action comedy...but it's also an intensely dark foray into the scarred psyche of Vietnam vets?! Brian and Cargill delve into the darkness, the extended director's cut of the movie, and the cavalcade of actors who were offered the role of Riggs before Mel."]

The Lost Boys (USA: Joel Schumacher, 1987: 97 mins)

Cargill, Robert and Brian Salisbury. "The Lost Boys: To Sexy Sax and Back." Junk Food Cinema #148 (July 2017)

Subisatti, Andrea and Alexandra West. "Revamp: Fright Night (1985) and The Lost Boys (1987)." The Faculty of Horror #40 (July 27, 2016) ["In the 1980s, vampires left their castles and European hideaways for American suburbs and small towns. In this episode, Andrea and Alex examine what happens when the monster you fear is part of your community and discuss what is to be done when they want to borrow more than just sugar…."]

Love Rites (France: Walerian Borowczyk, 1987: 100 mins)

Lee, Kevin B. "When Porn Goes Deep: Love Rites." Keyframe (September 14, 2015) ["A fearless Walerian Borowczyk offers up the cruel base instincts of male desire, as well as the inner resolve of a woman to overcome them."]

Near Dark (USA: Kathryn Bigelow, 1987: 94 mins)

Henriksen, Lance, Mike Mayo and Edward G. Pettit. "Near Dark." The Projection Booth #122 (July 9, 2013) ["Kathryn Bigelow's Near Dark is a hybrid vampire film in which "The V Word" is never uttered. We discuss this film, penned by screenwriter Eric Red, and other vampire flicks this episode."]

Over the Top (USA: Menahem Golan, 1987: 93 mins)

Carhill, C. Robert, Greg MacLennan and Brian Salisbury. "Over the Top." Junk Food Cinema (April 21, 2017)

Predator (USA: John McTiernan, 1987: 107 mins)

Cargill, Robert C. and Brian Salisbury. "Predator." Junk Food Cinema (June 8, 2017)

Prince of Darkness (USA: John Carpenter, 1987: 102 mins)

Fichera, Blake and James Hancock. "John Carpenter, Horror Master." Wrong Reel #272 (May 29, 2017)

The Princess Bride (USA: Rob Reiner, 1987: 98 mins)

Asher-Perrin, Emily. "Princess Buttercup Became the Warrior General Who Trained Wonder Woman, All Dreams Are Now Viable." TOR (June 6, 2017)

Raising Arizona (USA: Joel Coen, 1987: 94 mins)

Beyl, Cameron. "The Coen Brothers [4.1]: Murder and Mayhem." The Directors Series (May 24, 2016)

Orr, Christopher. "Raising Arizona: Come for the infant abduction, stay for the yodeling." The Atlantic (September 9, 2014)

The Running Man (USA: Paul Michael Glaser, 1987: 101 mins)

Cohen, Rob, et al. "The Running Man (1987)." The Projection Booth (September 10, 2017) ["Set in the distant year of 2017, The Running Man(1987) is set in a dystopian world where reality television rules the airwaves and the most popular show pits criminals against muscle-bound, spandex-clad "stalkers". Based loosely on a novella by "Richard Bachman" (AKA Stephen King), the film stars Arnold Schwarzenegger as Ben Richards, a man framed as "The Butcher of Bakersfield" and thrown Running Man game, hosted by Killian (Richard Dawson), and featuring a cadre of killers including Jesse VenturaJim Brown, Professor Toru Tanaka, and more. Andrew Nette and Aaron Peterson join Mike to discuss the film, its odd production history, and the resonance to today's world. We also discuss the work of Robert Sheckley and his influence on "people hunting people" films including The Million GameThe Price of PerilThe Tenth Victim and Freejack."]

The Sicilian (USA: Michael Cimino, 1987: 115 mins)

Brody, Richard. "Postscript: Michael Cimino, 1939-2016." The New Yorker (July 12, 2016)

Star Trek: The Next Generation (USA: TV Series, 1987-1998)

Stein, Atara. " Minding One's P's and Q's: Homoeroticism in Star Trek: The Next Generation." Genders #27 (1998)

Surf NAZIs Must Die (USA: Peter George, 1987: 83 mins)

George, Peter, et al. "Surf NAZIs Must Die." The Projection Booth #128 (August 20, 2013) ["The Fourth Reich hangs ten in Peter George's Surf Nazis Must Die, the post-apocalyptic tale of Nazi surfers trying to take over the beaches and create a new world from the ashes of the old; a world where Adolf and his crew rule the beaches."]

The Untouchables (USA: Brian De Palma, 1987: 119 mins)

Cargill, Robert C. and Brian Salisbury. "The Untouchables." Junk Food Cinema (May 26, 2017)

Vincent (Australia/Belgium: Paul Cox, 1987: 105 mins)

Cook, Adam. "Vincent Van Gogh In Cinema: A multilayered portrait emerges." Keyframe (May 22, 2016)

Wall Street (USA: Oliver Stone, 1987: 126 mins)

Morton, Drew. "The American Dream in Film: As the man said, ‘America’s not a country. It’s just a business.’" Keyframe (May 30, 2016)

The Witches of Eastwick (USA: George Miller, 1987: 118 mins)

Cargill, Robert C. and Brian Salisbury. "The Witches of Eastwick." Junk Food Cinema (June 16, 2017)

Withnail and I (UK: Bruce Robinson, 1987: 107 mins)

Arikan, Ali and Peter Labuza. "Withnail and I." The Cinephiliacs #7 (November 5, 2012)


1988


Alice (Czechoslovakia/Switzerland/UK/West Germany: Jan Svankmajer, 1988: 86 mins)

Smalley, G. "Alice (1988)." 366 Weird Movies (January 19, 2011)

A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (USA: Renny Harlin, 1988: 93 mins)

Hancock, James and Mike Vanderbilt. "One, Two, Freddy's Coming for You." Wrong Reel #329 (October 2017)

As Tears Go By (Hong Kong: Wong Kar-Wai, 1988: 102 mins)

Flores, Steven. "The Auteurs: Wong Kar-Wai." Cinema Axis (January 5, 2014)

Beetlejuice (USA: Tim Burton, 1988: 92 mins)

Kuersten, Erich. "Quilty Makes This World: 12 Tricksters (CinemArchetype #1)." Acidemic (January 23, 2012)

Camp de Thiaroye (Senegal/Algeria/Tunisia: Ousmane Sembene and Thierno Faty Sow, 1988: 157 mins)

Ford, Hamish. "From Otherness 'Over There' to Virtual Presence: Camp de Thiaroye - The Battle of Algiers - Hidden. Postcolonial Cinema Studies. ed. Sandra Ponzanesi & Marguerite Waller. NY: Routledge, 2012: 63-77. [Available in BCTC Library PN1995.9 P6 P68 2012]

Damnation (Hungary: Bela Tarr, 1988: 116 mins)

Cutler, Aaron. "Multiple Vision Deciphering the isolated gazes in the films of Béla Tarr." Multiple Image Source (February 2012)

Dangerous Liaisons (USA/UK: Stephen Frears, 1988: 119 mins)

Merrick, Amy. "Living In: Dangerous Liaisons." Design Sponge (May 10, 2011)

Die Hard (USA: John McTiernan, 1988: 131 mins)

Buckler, Dana. "The Die Hard Trilogy." How Is This Movie? (April 25, 2017)

"Die Hard." FlixWise (June 3, 2014)

Distant Voices, Still Lives (UK: Terence Davies, 1988: 85 mins)

Wood, Jason. "Directors of the Year: Terence Davies." International Film Guide: 2012 ed. Ian Hadyn Smith.

Drowning by Numbers (UK/Netherlands: Peter Greenaway, 1988: 118 mins)

Liz, Luiza. "Peter Greenaway and the Language of Film." (Posted on Youtube: July 25, 2016)

Elvira: Mistress of the Dark (USA: James Signorelli, 1988: 96 mins)

Collison, Frank, et al. "Elvira: Mistress of the Dark." The Projection Booth #265 (April 5, 2016)

Frantic (USA/France: Roman Polanski, 1988: 120 mins)

López, Cristina Álvarez and Adrian Martin. "Roman Polanski: Cinema of Invasion." ACMI (October 13, 2016)

Hairspray (USA: John Waters, 1988: 92 mins)

"Divine Trash (John Waters Special)." Naked Lunch #1 (December 7, 2008)

"John Waters." Close Up #5 (November 2014) ["On the occasion of our comprehensive John Waters retrospective in September, Eugene Hernandez sat down with the director at his New York apartment to talk about his career and influences. For this episode, we're happy to present that conversation as well as one between film critic J. Hoberman and the director after a screening of his 1974 film, 'Female Trouble.'"]

Heathers (USA: Michael Lehmann, 1988: 103 mins)

Merrick, Amy. "Living In: Heathers." Design Sponge (April 26, 2011)

Hellbound: Hellraiser II (UK/USA: Tony Randel, 1988: 97 mins)

Cargill, Robert C. and Brian Salisbury. "Hellraiser and Hellbound: Hellraiser 2." Junk Food Cinema (October 5, 2017)

Hancock, James and Skye Wingfield. "Pain and Pleasure in Clive Barker's Hellraiser." Wrong Reel (January 2016)

Maniac Cop (USA: William Lustig, 1988: 85 mins)

"Maniac Cop." Junkfood Cinema (May 27, 2016)

My Neighbor Totoro (Japan: Hayao Miyazaki, 1988: 86 mins)

Hogg, Trevor. "Drawn to Anime: A Hayao Miyazaki Profile." Flickering Myth (May 26, 2010)

The Nest (USA: Terence H. Winkless, 1988: 89 mins)

Heumann, Joseph and Robin Murray. "“As beautiful as a butterfly”?: Monstrous cockroach nature and the horror film." Jump Cut #56 (Winter 2014/2015)

Patty Hearst (UK/USA: Paul Schrader, 1988: 108 mins)

Brody, Richard. "DVD of the Week: Patty Hearst." The Front Row (June 8, 2011)

Story of Women (France: Claude Chabrol, 1988: 108 mins)

Nagy, Phyllis. "Carol Screenwriter talks Cate Blanchett, Todd Haynes, and Isabelle Huppert’s Pact with The Devil." Flixwise (February 14, 2017)  ["The funny and brilliant Phyllis Nagy is here to talk about adapting Carol’s screenplay from Patricia Highsmith’s original source material and the lengthy, and at times frustrating, process of getting the film into production. They chat about Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara’s rendering of the two lead characters, as well as the standout performance from supporting players, Sarah Paulson and Kyle Chandler. Plus, Phyllis offers a scoop on what happened to a few scenes from the book that didn’t make the final cut of the film. ... In addition to filling us in on details from behind-the-scenes of Carol, Phyllis is also here to discuss a pair of standout performances by the incomparable French actress, Isabelle Huppert. This year Huppert was, at long last, nominated for her first Academy Award. However, Huppert has been giving Oscar-worthy performances well before she ever worked with Verhoeven. If you are unfamiliar with her work up to this point, you might not know where to begin, as her filmography is quite extensive. Fortunately, Phyllis is here to offer up two of her favorite Huppert films as suggestions for your watch list: Claude Chabrol’s 1988 film: Story of Women, and Diane Kurys 1983 film: Entre Nous.  Both Story of Women and Entre Nous are period dramas which find Huppert playing malcontented married women, both of whom form deep attachments to their closest female friends. In Story of Women she plays Marie Latour, a woman who, despite her husband’s objections, traffics in abortions and other illegal various dealings in German occupied France. In Entre Nous, Huppert plays Lena Weber, a woman who falls into an expedient marriage in order to escape Nazi control, but after the war is over falls in the love with another woman."]

Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story (USA: Todd Haynes, 1988: 43 mins)

Benyo, Crystina and Sic Ric. "Naked Lunch Radio #12 – Superstar! The Todd Haynes Story." Sound on Sight (December 8, 2008)

Leyda, Julia. ""Something That Is Dangerous and Arousing and Transgressive": An Interview with Todd Haynes." Bright Lights Film Journal #78 (November 2012)

The Vanishing (Netherlands/France/West Germany: George Sluizer, 1988: 107 mins)

Devens, Arik and Herb van der Poll. "The Vanishing." Cinema Gadfly #21 (June 18, 2016)

Who Framed Roger Rabbit (USA: Roger Zemeckis, 1988: 104 mins)

Davis, Adam. "Native images: the otherness and affectivity of the digital body." Jump Cut #55 (Fall 2013)

1989

The Abyss (USA: James Cameron, 1989: 145 mins)

Hart, David and Anya Novak. "The Abyss and Sexism in the Workplace." Pop Culture Case Study #235 (May 18, 2017)

A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (USA: Stephen Hopkins, 1989: 89 mins)

Hancock, James and Mike Vanderbilt. "One, Two, Freddy's Coming for You." Wrong Reel #329 (October 2017)

Batman (USA/UK: Tim Burton, 1989: 126 mins)

Koski, Genevieve, Keith Phipps and Scott Tobias. "Batman (1989) / The Lego Batman Movie (Pt. 1)." The Next Picture Show #64 (February 21, 2017) ["This week’s show tells a tale of two Batmen — plus a whole bunch of other Batmen in between. The success of the new family-friendly LEGO BATMAN MOVIE inspired us to go back to a very different earlier iteration of The Caped Crusader: Tim Burton’s 1989 series-starter BATMAN, which took the comic-book hero into darker realms than he’d previously occupied onscreen. In this half, we talk about how Burton and Michael Keaton’s vision for the character functions in the larger context of Batman adaptations over the years, as well as Burton’s subsequent career. "]

---. "Batman (1989) / The Lego Batman Movie (Pt. 2)." The Next Picture Show #65 (February 23, 2017) ["Tim Burton’s BATMAN kick-started the cinematic and pop-culture proliferation of the now-ubiquitous Batman, who today can not only sustain multiple movies at once, but also provides ample fodder for the reference-happy new THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE. In this half of our discussion of all things Batmen, we talk about all the ways LEGO BATMAN draws on — and benefits from — the character’s long history, and consider how the larger Bat Universe has evolved on film since Burton’s day."]

Black Rain (Japan: Shôhei Imamura, 1989: 123 mins)

Cribbs, John, Chris Funderberg and Martin Kessler. "Shohei Imamura." Flixwise (September 19, 2017) ["Martin Kessler is joined by Chris Funderberg and John Cribbs of thepinksmoke.com to discuss the films of two-time Palme d’Or award-wining director Shohei Imamura. They talk about his dark subject matter, his bleak point of view, the phases of his career, and his wild sense of humour. They discuss how Imamura has been handled by critics, compare him to New German Cinema, Luis Buñuel, and discuss why comparing him to other Japanese filmmakers may be misleading."]

Hedges, Inez. "Amnesiac memory: Hiroshima/Nagasaki in Japanese film." Jump Cut #55 (Fall 2013)

Boris Godounov (Poland: Andrzej Zulawski, 1989: 115 mins)

The Ferroni Brigade. "Beginnings Are Useless: A Conversation with Andrzej Żuławski." Notebook (March 12, 2012)

The Cook, The Thief, His Wife & Her Lover (UK/France: Peter Greenaway, 1989: 124 mins)


Liz, Luiza. "Peter Greenaway and the Language of Film." (Posted on Youtube: July 25, 2016)

Crimes and Misdemeanors (USA: Woody Allen, 1989: 104 mins)

D'anna, Becky, James Hancock and Jacob Rivera. "Woody." Wrong Reel #205 (November 2016) ["Wide ranging discussion of his comedies prefaced by some clear analysis of his personal controversies"]

Grinberg, Marat. "The Birth of a Hebrew Tragedy: Woody Allen’s Cassandra’s Dream as a Morality Play." The Journal of Religion & Film 14.1 (April 2010)

Dead Poet's Society (USA: Peter Weir, 1989: 128 mins)

Buckler, Dana. "Robin Williams Retrospective." How Is This Movie? (May 30, 2017)

Kuersten, Erich. "The Primal Father (CinemArchetypes #8)." Acidemic (March 19, 2012)

The Decalogue (Poland: Krzysztof Kieslowski, 1989: Ten 55 minute episodes)

Greydanus, Sephen D. "#4: The Decalogue." Arts and Faith Top 100 Films (2011)

LoBrutto, Vincent. "Thematic Unity: The Decalogue." Becoming Film Literate: The Art and Craft of Motion Pictures. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2005: 98-106. [BCTC Library: PN1994 L595 2005]

Drugstore Cowboy (USA: Gus van Sant, 1989: 102 mins)

Atkinson, Michael. "Going Places: On the restless career of Gus Van Sant." Moving Image Source (September 17, 2011)

The Killer (Hong Kong: John Woo, 1989: 111 mins)

"The Killer / A Bittersweet Life." Over/Under Movies #49 (June 3, 2016)

My Nights are More Beautiful Than Your Days (Poland: Andrzej Zulawski, 1989: 110 mins)

The Ferroni Brigade. "Beginnings Are Useless: A Conversation with Andrzej Żuławski." Notebook (March 12, 2012)

Kwiatkowski, Al and Brad Strauss. "Andrzej Zulawski." Director's Club #126 (March 14, 2017)

Mystery Train (USA/Japan: Jim Jarmusch, 1989: 110 mins)

Flores, Steven. "The Auteurs: Jim Jarmusch." Cinemaxis (December 10, 2013)

New York Stories (USA: Woody Allen, Francis Ford Coppola and Martin Scorsese, 1989: 124 mins)


Cook, Adam. "Vincent Van Gogh In Cinema: A multilayered portrait emerges." Keyframe (May 22, 2016)

Pet Semetary (USA: Mary Lambert, 1989: 103 mins)


Hancock, James and Martin Kessler. "The King of Horror." The Wrong Reel #135 (May 16, 2016)

Roger and Me (USA: Michael Moore, 1989: 91 mins)

Watson, Garry. "Michael Moore: A Man on a Mission or How Far a Reinvigorated Populism Can Take Us." Cineaction #70 (2006)

Seinfeld (NBC: Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld, 1989-1998)

"Seinfeld, Pt. 1." How Is This Movie (May 16, 2016)

"Seinfeld, Pt. 2: The Aftermath." How Is This Movie (June 20, 2016)

The Seventh Continent (Austria: Michael Haneke, 1989: 104 mins)

Dawson, Mike. "Contemporary Obscurity: The Glaciation Trilogy." Left Field Cinema (February 23, 2009)

Frey, Mattias. "Great Directors: Michael Haneke." Senses of Cinema #57 (2010)

Sweetie (Australia: Jane Campion, 1989: 97 mins)

Flores, Steven. "The Auteurs: Jane Campion." Cinema Axis (September 30, 2013)

Tetsuo, the Iron Man (Japan: Shin'ya Tsukamoto, 1989: 67 mins)

Bleasdale, John. "Tetsuo: Metal Machine Music." Electric Sheep (July 3, 2012)

UHF (USA: Jay Levey, 1989: 97 mins)

Cyzyk, Skizz, et al. "UHF." The Projection Booth #273 (June 2, 2016)

The Unbelievable Truth (USA: Hal Hartley, 1989: 90 mins)

Hal Hartley Pinewood Dialogues (January 14, 1995) ["Hal Hartley's films are marked by spare, precise visuals, a stylized approach to dialogue that allows characters to speak their innermost thoughts, and an intuitive gift for playing with the conventions of movie-making and storytelling. Playing off the contrast between cerebral characters and quotidian settings, Hartley creates comedic inquiries into the nature of belonging and the search for personal freedom. In the role of writer, director, editor and composer, Hartley exerts control over films about characters for whom control is a fragile and elusive concept. This dialogue took place at a complete retrospective early in Hartley's career."]

Hancock, James and Marcus Pinn. "The Cinema of Hal Hartley." The Wrong Reel #149 (June 16, 2016)

Visitor of a Museum (Soviet Union/West Germany/Switzerland:  Konstantin Lopushanskiy, 1989: 136 mins)

Tafoya, Scout. "The Post-Punk Cinema Manifesto." Keyframe (September 10, 2015)

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