In celebration of Bob Dylan’s May 24 birthday, Vague Visages writers list their favorite tracks.
John Huston’s talent was in the insinuation of the unseen environment lying beyond closed doors. Even in lesser films, like Key Largo, one can feel the cruel and merciless outdoor fighting beyond the set. Our comfort in life is temporary — an endless guerilla battle where humanity has been pitted against […]
“People often fear or misrepresent what they don’t understand.”
“An uncompromising visionary, Agnès Varda seems unable to acknowledge precedent or standard practice when becoming involved with creative works.”
“Varda’s sense of play, fun, silliness and humor comes from a collected bricolage of incident, travel and people.”
“Happiness for someone, then, is only achievable at the expense of someone else’s full experience?”
“How unusual to see a woman’s perspective on love presented so plainly as Varda does in ‘La Pointe Courte.'”