1978 · Seattle
by Jameson, Richard T., ed.
Seattle: The Seattle Film Society. Near Fine. 1978. (No. 58-59). Stapled wraps. [light external wear; subscriber's name/address printed on rear cover]. (B&W photographs) Features include: an appreciation of Robert Altman's 3 WOMEN; a discussion of Max Ophuls's use of "domestic spaces" in THE RECKLESS MOMENT; an article about the "changing surrealist vision" in several films by Luis Bunuel; a joint interview with Claude Goretta and Isabelle Huppert; an analysis of Steven Spielberg's CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND; "quickie" reviews of almost two dozen films, including THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY (Steve Rash), AN UNMARRIED WOMAN (Paul Mazursky), CELINE AND JULIE GO BOATING (Jacques Rivette), THE DRIVER (Walter Hill), SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER (John Badham), THE SIN OF HAROLD DIDDLEBOCK (Harold Lloyd's 1946 comedy, aka MAD WEDNESDAY), ERASERHEAD (David Lynch), HIGH ANXIETY (Mel Brooks), CONVOY (Sam Peckinpah), and more! I wouldn't have thought it was possible to be nostalgic for 1978. . (Inventory #: 25370)