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Author Archives: Michael Kanbergs

Un Flic

A very good, but slightly flawed film by the master of the heist - Jean-Pierre Melville. Read More »

My Own Private Idaho

Things I ignored (accidentally) in this review: America, the beatiful; dreamscape; subjective reality; any semblance of coherence... Read More »


A review of Antonioni's 1962 film to perfectly (perfectly!) coincide with the new (and beautiful) Criterion release. Miraculous? Nay, just a marvel of modern technology. Read More »

Taxi Driver

"How's your driving record?" "It's clean. Real clean. Like my conscience." Read More »

Touch of Evil

Noir's death knell proves a paradigm of the living: fatality, flaws, but no femme fatale. Read More »

The Thin Red Line

Heroism: what it is, what it isn't, and why that matters. Read More »

In a Lonely Place

"I was born when she kissed me, I died when she left me." Read More »