Monthly Archives: July 2018

Solaris (1972)

“When man is happy, the meaning of life and other eternal themes rarely interest him. These questions should be asked at the end of one’s life.” It was with great joy that I unwrapped Solaris, a recent pickup from the Criterion summer … Continue reading

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Night and Fog (1956)

“Who among us keeps watch over this strange watchtower to warn the arrival of our new executioners? Are their faces really different from our own?” I first heard about Night and Fog from another film I watched recently, Hotel Terminus. It was described as … Continue reading

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