Little Women Review

Oh Greta, you get me. I don't have the same intimate love of film my husband has. Usually they serve as the background noise in my overly responsible feeling day-to-day life- a TV on in the back ground. So when I asked Pete to watch the kids so I could see the new Little Women he was perhaps overly enthusiastic to kick me out of the house. Leaving my new nursling and toddler in his good hands I set off with the intent to have some wine, sit beside a friend, and catch my first in-theater movie since Frozen II. Little Women hits all the Feels. Greta Gerwig, the director, earned a spot in my heart with Lady Bird. I remember the satisfaction of watching Saoirse Ronan (who is stunning in app

Munich '72

This Christmas my wife gifted me the 100 Years of Olympic Films box set from Criterion Collection. I’ve been pulling out documentaries from it pretty much at random and recently I landed on Visions of Eight, the somewhat experimental documentary about the 1972 Munich summer games with segments directed by Milos Forman (One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Amadeus, Man on the Moon, and more), Arthur Penn (Bonnie and Clyde), Claude Lelouch, John Schlesinger (Midnight Cowboy, Marathon Man), Mai Zetterling (a director of feminist films in the ‘60’s), Kon Ichikawa (Fires on the Plain, Tokyo Olympiad), Yuri Ozerov and Michael Pfleghar. This is an incredibly artistic film but it doesn’t really highligh

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