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By Mark on June 23, 2009
Last Year at Marienbad is one of Alain Resnais most well regarded works. The other films he is most well-known for are Night and Fog and Hiroshima mom amour. Resnais and this film are considered important parts of the French New Wave movement. However, he and his work are considered part of the “Left-Bank” school […]
Posted in Blu-ray Reviews, Movie Reviews, Movies and TV | Tagged Alain Resnais, Alain Robbe-Grillet, Blu-ray Review, Criterion Collection, Delphine Seyrig, features, French New Wave, Ginette Vincendau, Giorgio Albertazzi, Last Year at Marienbad, Le chant du styrene, Movie Review, Movies and TV, Sasha Pitoeff, Toute le memoire du monde | Leave a response
By Mark on June 3, 2009
Dntel is Jimmy Tamborello’s electronic alias. In most circles, Dntel is best known as the techno part of The Postal Service (to Death Cab for Cutie’s Ben Gibbard’s Emo part). Early Works for Me If It Works for You II sounds a bit different from The Postal Service, as it is a collection of Dntel’s […]
Posted in Album Reviews, Music | Tagged Album Reviews, Bluegrass (Short), Danny Loves Experimental Electronics, Dntel, Don't Try, Early Works for Me If It Works For You, Early Works for Me It It Works For You II, Electronica, Ender, Fancy Ian, features, Jimmy Tamborello, Life Is Full of Possibilties, Music, Paul Guitar, S.O.S., Something Always Goes Wrong, Techno, The Postal Service | Leave a response