April 20, 2017

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By Sarah Ruhl

Sarah Ruhl is a mom of 3 and considered one of America's best-known playwrights. She has written a stunningly unique e-book of essays whose issues diversity from the main minimum and private matters to the main encompassing concerns of paintings and tradition. The titles themselves converse to the volume's distinctiveness: "On lice," "On dozing within the theater," "On motherhood and stools (the furnishings kind)," "Greek mask and Bell's palsy."

100 Essays I Don't Have Time to Write is a publication within which chimpanzees, Chekhov, and baby care are both at domestic. a colourful, provocative exam of the chances of the theater, it's also a map to a truly specific inventive sensibility, and an unforeseen advisor for an individual who has selected an artist's existence.

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He may dive off a rock in the middle of the ocean but where he ends up is head-first in a snowbank. This run of images is one of the most remarkable visual sequences of the entire silent film period because of its quintessential cinematic nature. Difficult to achieve (Keaton used surveying equipment to get his position exactly right) and almost impossible to describe with words (“he becomes the victim of film language” is one of the better attempts), it is completely and immediately understandable the minute you see it unfold on the screen.

A screen romantic if ever there was one, McCarey believes absolutely in this love, but he refuses to shy away from the difficulties involved, from the heroic perseverance necessary if life’s pitiless complications are to be overcome. Love Affair can push too hard; it can and does dance on the edge of excessive sentimentality. But while this film may toy with us unmercifully, the payoff is there at the end. A very different kind of love story presents itself in Make Way for Tomorrow, one that remains almost unheard of and even taboo in contemporary movies.

Further Reading: I Am a Fugitive from the Georgia Chain Gang! by Robert E. Burns. indd 27 3/13/14 2:13 PM BOMBSHELL 1933 Directed by Victor Fleming. Starring Jean Harlow, Lee Tracy. Not known as a shy and self-effacing enterprise, the movie business has never been reluctant to examine itself on film. Inside Hollywood movies range from celebrated classics like The Barefoot Contessa, The Bad and the Beautiful, and A Star Is Born (so potent it was remade twice) to little-seen gems like Marion Davies’s 1928 silent Show People.

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