Tag: The Offence

Tearing Down the Monument: Sean Connery’s 1970s

“In my hatred for the Bond franchise, I feel I may have done a disservice to its star. I have always had a tendency to discount Sean Connery as an exquisitely sculpted statue, capable of filling out a tuxedo very nicely but little else.”

The Offence 1973 Movie - Film Essay

12 Angry Films: Sidney Lumet on Justice #3 – ‘The Offence’

“For a filmmaker usually so concerned with the social causes of injustice, ‘The Offence’ is remarkably focused on the troubled psychology of its central character.”

Walking Contradiction: The Double Life of Cisco Pike

“‘Cisco Pike’ is a meditation on failure at all levels; defeat was in the air and no stratum of society was exempt.”