Blade Runner (1982)

Blade Runner (1982)

Back to the past to see the future. The imagination of the electrical age has captured our attention of late. We turn to no other than Ridley Scott...

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Bande à Part (1964)

Bande à Part (1964)

Greetings. This hibernating, humble editor of your Sunday Paper re-emerges from wintry sleet for Spring equinox. In this bardo between seasons, we...

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L'Homme de Rio (1964)

L'Homme de Rio (1964)

Over here at the Drawing Room, good architecture delights as much as fine cinema. This week we share you the stylish L'Homme de Rio (That Man From ...

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Amadeus (1984)

Amadeus (1984)

Hello. We are delighted to note we are adding books to our little Drawing Room, among our constellation of cinema and song that intrigues.  New t...

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Hiroshima Mon Amour (1959)

Hiroshima Mon Amour (1959)

Around this time of Autumn, we may begin to notice the sun waning earlier in the evening. With that, the much contested opener to Marcel Proust's ...

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400 Blows (1959)

400 Blows (1959)

Mid-Autumn: turtlenecks, classrooms, and falling leaves. Ah, where do we begin the season? Perhaps none are more apt than scenes from François Tr...

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Out of Africa (1985)

Out of Africa (1985)

It is mid-holiday-weekend; time seems still, summer yawns into fall. You may choose to lay supine with a book, film, good company... or more likel...

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Grey Gardens (1975)

Grey Gardens (1975)

This Labor Day, as you may lay in East Hampton among white clapboard houses and cold drinks, let us take a few steps further along the coast—and a...

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Plein Soleil (1960)

Plein Soleil (1960)

Before summer draws to a close, what else to do but to lay supine in this languid heat? We open our doors to you of The Drawing—Room: to withdraw ...

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