Tudo que é bom vem aos pares: Livesey & Walbrook

This brings us to Clive’s duel with Theo in Berlin, 1902, where an unreal attention to the artifices of honourable action is a sublimation of the real, the visceral, and potentially the homoerotic. The excessive observance of detail before and during the duel marks both the period and the officer class as one fatally disassociatedContinuar lendo “Tudo que é bom vem aos pares: Livesey & Walbrook”

24 frames: The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943)

*Também conhecido como o filme que Churchill ferozmente odiava. A sustained body of work signed by two directors constitutes a no less impressive exception to the rule of the film director as demiurge, and the work of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, who together wrote, produced, and directed 15 films during as many years, isContinuar lendo “24 frames: The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943)”