The Long Week Closes: Fire and Fury August 12, 2017

This is one of those days when it’s painful to look at what’s happening to our country. Let’s just skip the preamble and get to the rundown, shall we?

New Releases
Good Time (Josh & Benny Safdie, United States, 2017, 23 reviews)
Nocturama (Bertrand Bonello, France, 2016, 19 reviews)

Cinema of the Past
Monterey Pop (D.A. Pennebaker, United States, 1968, 9 reviews)
Beloved (Jonathan Demme, United States, 1998, 9 reviews)
The Breaking Point (Michael Curtiz, United States, 1950, 3 reviews)
Choose Me (Alan Rudolph, United States, 1984, 6 reviews)
Miami Blues (George Armitage, United States, 1990, 4 reviews)

New Pages This Week (12)
Trouble in Mind (Alan Rudolph, United States, 1985)
Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World (Albert Brooks, United States, 2005)
Noto, mandorli, Vulcano, Stromboli, carnevale (Michelangelo Antonioni, Italy, 1992)
Léon: The Professional (Luc Besson, France, 1994)
Two Drifters (João Pedro Rodrigues, Portugal, 2005)
Minstrel Man (Joseph H. Lewis, United States, 1944)
Mrs. Hyde (Serge Bozon, France, 2017)
Milla (Valérie Massadian, France, 2017)
Prototype (Blake Williams, Canada, 2017)
A Brief History of Princess X (Gabriel Abrantes, Portugal/United Kingdom, 2016)
Poem of the Sea (Yuliya Solntseva, Soviet Union, 1958)
Lumière (Jeanne Moreau, France, 1976)

Images: Good Time, Monterey Pop.

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