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Re: Seen any good films recently?
« Reply #620 on: October 04, 2021, 06:35:08 PM »
Good?  Well, not exactly. OK though especially for the London street scenes.
Interesting to see Python Carol Cleveland four years before, er Python.

https://youtu.be/WzTmjQTiucY

How young Ian McShane and Klaus Kinski look! I see the latter was typecast as an ubalanced villain from the start  ;D. Some nice clobber on display too, and Francesca Annis may not be a pin up, but she's quite alluring. 

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Re: Seen any good films recently?
« Reply #621 on: October 05, 2021, 11:41:56 AM »
Good?  Well, not exactly. OK though especially for the London street scenes.
Interesting to see Python Carol Cleveland four years before, er Python.

https://youtu.be/WzTmjQTiucY

How young Ian McShane and Klaus Kinski look! I see the latter was typecast as an ubalanced villain from the start  ;D. Some nice clobber on display too, and Francesca Annis may not be a pin up, but she's quite alluring.

Yeah, some of the clothes were quite good. Found the film via the BFI site.
Ordered Le Mepris with Bardot. Haven't seen it in years
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Re: Seen any good films recently?
« Reply #622 on: October 05, 2021, 04:43:44 PM »
Good?  Well, not exactly. OK though especially for the London street scenes.
Interesting to see Python Carol Cleveland four years before, er Python.

https://youtu.be/WzTmjQTiucY

How young Ian McShane and Klaus Kinski look! I see the latter was typecast as an ubalanced villain from the start  ;D. Some nice clobber on display too, and Francesca Annis may not be a pin up, but she's quite alluring.

Yeah, some of the clothes were quite good. Found the film via the BFI site.
Ordered Le Mepris with Bardot. Haven't seen it in years

One of Godard's best, IMO, based on an Alberto Moravia novel.

On another subject, Jodorowsky's "The Holy Mountain" has been recently reissued in Blu Ray, fascinating stuff and highly recommended if you like surrealism and thought-provoking movies!

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« Reply #623 on: October 06, 2021, 10:54:32 AM »
Good?  Well, not exactly. OK though especially for the London street scenes.
Interesting to see Python Carol Cleveland four years before, er Python.

https://youtu.be/WzTmjQTiucY

How young Ian McShane and Klaus Kinski look! I see the latter was typecast as an ubalanced villain from the start  ;D. Some nice clobber on display too, and Francesca Annis may not be a pin up, but she's quite alluring.

Yeah, some of the clothes were quite good. Found the film via the BFI site.
Ordered Le Mepris with Bardot. Haven't seen it in years

One of Godard's best, IMO, based on an Alberto Moravia novel.

On another subject, Jodorowsky's "The Holy Mountain" has been recently reissued in Blu Ray, fascinating stuff and highly recommended if you like surrealism and thought-provoking movies!
Hmmm, I'll look out for that. Hopefully it's on dvd.
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Re: Seen any good films recently?
« Reply #624 on: October 06, 2021, 12:39:54 PM »
Good?  Well, not exactly. OK though especially for the London street scenes.
Interesting to see Python Carol Cleveland four years before, er Python.

https://youtu.be/WzTmjQTiucY

How young Ian McShane and Klaus Kinski look! I see the latter was typecast as an ubalanced villain from the start  ;D. Some nice clobber on display too, and Francesca Annis may not be a pin up, but she's quite alluring.

Yeah, some of the clothes were quite good. Found the film via the BFI site.
Ordered Le Mepris with Bardot. Haven't seen it in years

One of Godard's best, IMO, based on an Alberto Moravia novel.

On another subject, Jodorowsky's "The Holy Mountain" has been recently reissued in Blu Ray, fascinating stuff and highly recommended if you like surrealism and thought-provoking movies!
Hmmm, I'll look out for that. Hopefully it's on dvd.

Not here, I'm afraid, but I think there's also a British DVD edition

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Re: Seen any good films recently?
« Reply #625 on: October 06, 2021, 01:20:54 PM »
Good?  Well, not exactly. OK though especially for the London street scenes.
Interesting to see Python Carol Cleveland four years before, er Python.

https://youtu.be/WzTmjQTiucY

How young Ian McShane and Klaus Kinski look! I see the latter was typecast as an ubalanced villain from the start  ;D. Some nice clobber on display too, and Francesca Annis may not be a pin up, but she's quite alluring.

Yeah, some of the clothes were quite good. Found the film via the BFI site.
Ordered Le Mepris with Bardot. Haven't seen it in years

One of Godard's best, IMO, based on an Alberto Moravia novel.

On another subject, Jodorowsky's "The Holy Mountain" has been recently reissued in Blu Ray, fascinating stuff and highly recommended if you like surrealism and thought-provoking movies!
Hmmm, I'll look out for that. Hopefully it's on dvd.

Not here, I'm afraid, but I think there's also a British DVD edition

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Re: Seen any good films recently?
« Reply #626 on: October 20, 2021, 04:47:13 PM »
I looked up Le Mepris, before I realized I already saw it as "Contempt" ;D
One of my faves.
Another one is Bertolucci's "The Conformist" also his "The Dreamers"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XzMh4sakI70
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