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British travel writer Sir Patrick Michael Leigh Fermor, who tramped across Europe in his teens and captured a German general in Nazi-occupied Crete during World War II, died in Britain on Friday. He was 96. Leigh Fermor had arrived in Britain on...
Culture MonsterCharlotte Stoudt reviews the Old Globe's revival of 'Richard O'Brien's The Rocky Horror Show'...
New in paperback: The pioneers of the police procedural, Iraq by way of Homer and the Crusades through Muslim eyes"Immoveable Feast" by John Baxter (Harper Perennial) Baxter, the film critic and biographer of Spielberg, Buñuel and others, fell in love and moved from Los Angeles to Paris some years back, from whence he has dispatched a series of fluent, witty and...
With all due respect to Stanley Kubrick's excellent “Lolita,” Rainer Werner Fassbinder's 1978 English-language version of Vladimir Nabokov's “Despair” remains the greatest big-screen Nabokov adaptation. (Hiring Tom Stoppard to...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday December 1, 2000 "Cleopatra's Second Husband," a diabolically clever psychological suspense movie, arrives today, just now getting an L.A. theatrical release after scattered bookings elsewhere. It marks an assured and daring dramatic...
1. THE LADY VANISHES (Alfred Hitchcock; 1938) 4 stars Trains are perfect settings for murder-mysteries and thrillers, as Hitchcock's "The Lady Vanishes" proves -- with Michael Redgrave and Margaret Lockwood as lover-sleuths, Paul Lukas as a suave...
Tribune staff reporterIf you don't believe film can change the world, you haven't seen "The Untold Story of Emmett Louis Till." In 1955, Chicago's 14-year-old Till was savagely beaten to death for whistling at a white woman in Mississippi. His accused murderers were...
Times Staff WriterIn the documentary "A Letter to True," filmmaker Bruce Weber crafts a cinematic epistle to the youngest member of his family of golden retrievers. An undeniably odd film, this ode to pooches is more than just a dog calendar come to life. It is a relaxed...
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