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MASH (1970)

“I wonder how a degenerated person like that could have reached a position of responsibility in the Army Medical Corps! He was drafted.” Wanda was a slow, feminist triumph from the year 1970. Robert Altman’s MASH is an unfunny, sexist triumph from the … Continue reading

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Wanda (1970)

“I don’t have anything. I never did have anything. Never will have anything.” Wanda is beautiful. It’s the strange, reflective film that seems lost in cinema’s history. It feels like a classic: the way it’s shot, the mood it creates, its … Continue reading

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El Topo (1970)

“Destroy me. Depend on no one.” El Topo (or The Mole) is a surrealist Mexican Western about a cowboy with a naked son who frees a bunch of slaves from an evil Colonel before venturing through the desert to duel The … Continue reading

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