Checking boxes

You know how I said I was really busy viewing film festival submissions and art school applications? Well, I have less of the latter to view this year, as it turns out, so that’s not so bad. The whole thing is still a KARMIC SEWER, though — with a few clicks, I sentence to death the dreams of young hopefuls, again and again. It’s not the most enjoyable sensation. And in the few instances where I can honestly give a wholeheartedly welcoming response, I have no way of knowing if it will bear fruit: someone further up the food chain may doom the applicant for their own reasons, or the talented applicant, having received a better offer, may take their skills elsewhere.

Still, I managed to watch the first two installments of Bertrand Tavernier’s TV series Voyage à Travers le Cinéma Français, which is ace, even better than Scorsese’s similar shows, and that gave me a clue as to what to watch for this fortnight’s edition of The Forgotten. It even gave me the key image (above). Now the piece is up and you can rush over and find out what film it is.

Here.

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3 Responses to “Checking boxes”

  1. Brief Ecstasy (1937) is a good one by Gréville, with Paul Lukas in excellent form.

  2. Thanks! Always enjoy seeing Lukas. Good British supporting cast too. I hadn’t realised Greville’s wife was English, which perhaps partl explains his unusual cross-channel career.

  3. Can’t wait to see this…

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