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Movie Quote of the Day – Killer of Sheep, 1977 (dir. Charles Burnett)


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Stan: Stu, what does it remind you of when you hold it next to your cheek?
Stu: Not a damn thing but hot air.
Stan: Didn’t it remind you of when you’re making love and a woman ‘fore it gets sometimes? Just like this?
Stu: [laughs] Maybe so. I don’t go for women who got malaria.

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January 2012 in Films: Il Cinema Italiano, Film Noir, Podcasts and Interviews


January was a great month for me. As I said in my end-of-the-year post at the beginning of the month, I have decided to tackle world cinema (well, outside France, which I have done pretty well with). So far my concentrations have been on Italian cinema (I even learned Italian this month!), mostly watching late-50s-early-60s Italian cinema, though I did watch a few Italian silents as well. I have more than fallen in love with Marcello Mastroianni. I also covered Noir City X, the Film Noir Foundation‘s tenth annual film noir festival here in San Francisco. You can read my wrap-up post here at YAM Magazine. Don’t forget the Oscar nominations came out this month; you can hear my thoughts on those here at The Matinee. Lastly, yesterday Warner Bros. gave me the opportunity to interview Stephen Bogart, son of legends Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, over the phone. You can read that interview here. As always, a round up of all the new-to-me films I watched this last month is after the cut (I think I also rewatched about 18 films this month on top of all the new-to-me ones). So many great films. So many more to watch.

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