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The Arrangement (Kazan, 1969)

The Arrangement was such a surprise. Elia Kazan’s second-to-last film, it feels so much more progressive and together than The Visitors. It sort of reminded me of Frank Perry’s The Swimmer from the year before – classic Hollywood actor faces mid-life crisis … Continue reading

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Hombre (Ritt, 1967)

As if the Paul Newman-Martin Ritt collaboration Hud (1963) wasn’t great enough, the pair nearly outdo themselves with the revisionist Western (or is it…more on that later) Hombre that extends both actor and director’s run of 1960s anti-hero-driven narratives. The first notable thing … Continue reading

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