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Seconds (1966)

“The years I’ve spent trying to get all the things I was told were important – that I was supposed to want. Things! Not people, or meaning, just things.” I’m a big fan of The Twilight Zone, and I’ve always been … Continue reading

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Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)

“A drowning man takes down those nearest.” I meant to watch Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf months ago due to the passing of Edward Albee, a terrific playwright who devised the original story and whose plays I have seen and often enjoyed. I never managed … Continue reading

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Blowup (1966) 

“Nothing like a little disaster for sorting things out.”  Michelangelo Antonioni – Wikipedia says he’s one of Italy’s most acclaimed directors who “redefined the concept of narrative cinema.” I hold the opinion of Wikipedia editors higher than any other, so … Continue reading

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Hold Me While I’m Naked (1966)

“There’s a lot of things in life worth living for, isn’t there?” Well, they can’t all be winners. I managed to find this film, only 14 minutes long, posted on YouTube. There were only about 9000 views and just two … Continue reading

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