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Times Staff WriterThe ersatz-grunge look of "Love the Hard Way" almost makes this independent film worth a peek, but it's likely that most eyes will be fixed on Adrien Brody parading about in his knickers. Shot before "The Pianist," the modestly mounted feature gives the...
Tags: Prostitution, Pam Grier, Movies, Entertainment, Crimes
Times Staff Writer"Head-On" took the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival. It won five Lolas, the German Oscars, including best picture, director, actor and actress. It bested heavyweights "Bad Education," "Vera Drake" and "The Sea Inside" for the continent-wide...
Tags: Celebrities, Health, Culture, Academy Awards, Romance (genre)
Times Staff WriterJohn Dullaghan's "Bukowski: Born Into This" accomplishes beautifully what it sets out to do, which is to reveal the man behind the crusty, hard-drinking, tough-talking persona Charles Bukowski so artfully crafted. Over the last decades of the 20th...
Tags: Germany, Acne, John Martin, Movies, Documentary (genre)
Tribune staff reporter3 stars (out of 4) I read Charles Bukowski's 1978 novel "Women," about a 50-year-old man's many sexual encounters, in college, just so I could say I had. I hated it, but pretended to like it, and then later decided it was misogynistic because I heard...
Tags: Acne, John Martin, Movies, Documentary (genre), Bono
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