Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Transit (Germany: Christian Petzold, 2018)

Transit (Germany: Christian Petzold, 2018: 101 mins)

Barsanti, Chris. "Transit Is a Surreal Romance for a Scary Time." Pop Matters (February 28, 2019)

Chang, Justin. "Christian Petzold’s thriller Transit is hauntingly suspended between past and present." Los Angeles Times (March 6, 2019)

Egersdoerfer, Alexander. "Christian Petzold’s Transit: Universality in Specificity." Strasburg Film (March 6, 2021)

Ehrlich, David. "Transit: Christian Petzold’s Beguiling Refugee Romance Is Like a Kafkaesque ‘Casablanca.'" IndieWire (February 17, 2018)

Eggert, Brian. "Transit."  Deep Focus Review (March 18, 2019)

Fraga, Victor. "Transit." Dirty Movies (February 17, 2018) ["Just a little bit of history repeating? Audacious German film transposes Holocaust novel from 1942 onto modern Marseilles; the outcome is odd and yet bewitching - from the Berlinale."]

Garcia, Lawrence. "Lines of Flight—Christian Petzold’s Transit." Notebook (March 1, 2019)

LaGambina, Greg. "Films Without Borders: An Interview with Christian Petzold." Los Angeles Review of Books (May 6, 2019)
Petzold, Christian. "On Transit, the Refugee Crisis, The Sopranos, and Cinematic Rules." The Film Stage (March 13, 2018)

---. "Transit." The Close-Up (February 27, 2019) ["The internationally acclaimed cinema of German director Christian Petzold returns to the Film Society this Friday with Transit, a brilliant and haunting story of a European refugee who arrives in Marseille assuming the identity of a dead novelist after escaping two concentration camps."]

Poncavage, Joanna. "Transit: Classic 1940s Refugee Novel Now a Film." Booktrib (February 14, 2019)

Swanson, Anna. "How Transit Changes Our Understanding of the Ghost Story." Film School Rejects (March 3, 2019)

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