1974 · Seattle
by Jameson, Richard T., ed.
Seattle: The Seattle Film Society. Near Fine. 1974. (No. 34). Stapled wraps. [nice clean copy with no discernible wear, just a touch of browning along the spine]. (B&W photographs) In this issue: long reviews/analyses of SYLVIA SCARLETT (George Cukor), two Italian films (Bernardo Bertolucci's PARTNER and Marco Bellocchio's IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER), and THE PARALLAX VIEW (Alan J. Pakula). Also: an article by Alan Williams about the tribulations of writing for French film journals; a lengthy review of Joan Mellen's book "Women and Their Sexuality in the New Film"; a short review of STATE OF SIEGE (Costa-Gavras). And "Quickie" reviews of THE TERMINAL MAN (Mike Hodges), THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT (Jack Haley Jr.), S*P*Y*S (Irvin Kershner), 99 AND 44/100% DEAD (John Frankenheimer), ANDY WARHOL'S FRANKENSTEIN (Paul Morrissey), CHINATOWN (Roman Polanski; two reviews), and ZANDY'S BRIDE (Jan Troell). ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and we welcome your inquiries. . (Inventory #: 25408)