Sunday, July 14, 2019

My Own Private Idaho (USA: Gus van Sant, 1991)

My Own Private Idaho (USA: Gus van Sant, 1991: 104 mins)

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

Boslaugh, Sarah. "My Own Private Idaho is Anything but a Conventional Narrative." Pop Matters (November 18, 2015)

Collins, K. Austin. "My Own Private Idaho Is a Queer Masterpiece." The Ringer (September 29, 2016)

Ebert, Roger. "My Own Private Idaho." Roger Ebert (October 18, 1991)

Koski, Genevieve, et al. "My Own Private Idaho / American Honey (Pt. 1)." The Next Picture Show #49 (November 1, 2016)  ["This week, we’ve all come to look for America, and we’re looking for it in a pair of road movies about underprivileged outsiders and the dreams that keep them hustling from place to place. Inspired by Andrea Arnold's sprawling new AMERICAN HONEY, we look back at Gus Van Sant's 1991 indie-punk-surrealist-fantasy-coming-of-age mishmash MY OWN PRIVATE IDAHO. In this half, we attempt to wrangle IDAHO's many moving parts, admire and mourn its central performances, and share some crazy (or not so crazy??) fan theories."]

---. "My Own Private Idaho / American Honey (Pt. 2)." The Next Picture Show #50 (November 3, 2016) ["We return to the road in our two-part exploration of America and self, jumping to the current day with Andrea Arnold's sprawling, music-packed AMERICAN HONEY, a film with some of the same concerns as MY OWN PRIVATE IDAHO, but a much different stylistic approach. In this half, we talk over how the two films handle matters of poverty, style, infatuation, and "the other America."]

McNeil, Jeremiah, et al. "The Unedited Commentary Track: My Own Private Idaho (Gus Van Sant; 1991)." Illusion Travels by Streetcar #94 (March 6, 2016)

Taubin, Amy. "My Private Idaho: Private Places." The Current (October 7, 2015)

Tobias, Scott. "My Own Private Idaho is a personal statement and a River Phoenix memorial." A.V. Club (March 21, 2013)

Queer American Dreams in My Own Private Idaho from Rhetoric and Media Studies on Vimeo.


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