In the Vague Visages Writers’ Room on Facebook, freelancers were asked to comment about their favorite neo-noir films in celebration of #Noirvember.
“When I moved back to Fargo, I began thinking more about visual themes, which ultimately inspired Vague Visages.”
“According to Jacobs, romantic love is a negative equation wherein passion plus time equals complacency.”
“AML is giant leap forward, as the juvenile raps/punchlines of previous records are replaced with deep-felt yearning.”
“Tropes and archetypes are global, fitting into different national contexts while carrying with them the memory of their international itineraries.”
“Through all of these corny musical numbers, the rom-com scenarios, and the outrageous ‘I Love Lucy’ levels of scheming, I find myself relating to Rebecca against the odds.”
“At a certain point, and you’ll know when, the dialogue takes a dramatic turn; it’s almost as if Benson decided to use every pre-production joke centered around a most obvious plot point.”