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ETERNITY AND A DAY (1998)

There is a huge difference between my reactions to Eternity and a Day in my early 60s and now at 84. In 1998 Central Station was also released . At the time I focused my attentionon the representation of old … Continue reading

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45 YEARS : no agreement (2015)

So many people asked me what I thought of 45 years that I decided to put down some notes about reviews and discussions with friends, before I actually analyse the films in all its complexities. The following is not a … Continue reading

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Innocence (2000)

Innocence is a beautiful and complex film. Long before The Mother (2003) was hailed as a breakthrough in the cinematic representation of sexual desire in an older woman, and Cloud 9 (2006) widely given as an example of images of an old couple … Continue reading

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