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Cages by Dave Mckean
Cages by Dave Mckean
There's a painter who just moved into this house rent by an elderly lady, a Miss "What?", and who is looking for the perfect motive and/or inspiration for his new painting.
Next to him lives a writer named Jonathan Rush (a remainder of Rushdie?), who once wrote a controversial 500 pages novel called "Cages" (see?), a "Hammer-of-God" like epic, in which the autor came across several existencial questions about the human condition (later we learn that it was only HIS condition he was trying to express), and which forced him and his wife to hide from the outside world.
Another tenant is a jazz musician called Angel, who's playing the piano and the horn and philosophes in long terms… Read more
Mortal Storm <b>VHS</b> ~ Margaret Sullavan
Mortal Storm VHS ~ Margaret Sullavan
5.0 out of 5 stars Borzage's best., March 19 2002
Frank Borzage's 1940 masterpiece "The Mortal Storm" was one of the very first "Anti-Nazi" films Hollywood has produced during WW2.
Despite the fact that "The Mortal Storm" may seem a little bit dated, if not obscure nowadays (always keep in mind this movie features Jimmy Stewart playing a German small town boy!) it nevertheless tells its story with great careness and even greater characterizations, establishing its director, Frank Borzage, as one of the most underrated filmmakers of all time!
Like so many other Hollywood pros from the golden age, like say Michael Curtiz, Raoul Walsh or Howard Hawks, Borzage was one of the key directors who deeply felt for the characters in their… Read more
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club ~ B.R.M.C.
They are young, they are raw, they are innocent, they are from sunny California, but "B.R.M.C"'s self titled first album is less fun/sun/water, it's more Jesus & Mary Chain noise, Phil Spector fuzzy Wall-of-Sound, black leather jackets-drug abuse and dirty fingernails et.al. In terms of redefining pure R.O.C.K, this album grabs you almost the same way the "Strokes" album did a few months ago. It means also that the "Motorcycle Club" sure have learned his lesson well by listening to some old VU and/or Rolling Stones records, but it's the ruthless drive of each song and their passionate performances that save them from any such thing as plagiatism. Even if you don't ride a motorcycle (I don't… Read more