The movies made in 1962
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Embora 1939 tenha sido o ano de O Mágico de Oz e de E o vento levou..., o New York Times argumenta que para o cinema nunca houve um ano como o de 1962. Na comemoração destas quatro décadas que nos separam daquele pico inalcançável, estão programadas retrospectivas com os treze filmes mais importantes de 1962:
"In 1962, two sassy François Truffaut masterpieces were released in America - 'Shoot the Piano Player' and 'Jules and Jim.' Two of Michelangelo Antonioni's eloquent studies in urban malaise - 'La Notte' and 'Eclipse' - also hit American screens. We saw Ingmar Bergman's searing meditation on madness and mortality, 'Through a Glass Darkly.' Luis Buñuel continued his savage scrutiny of hypocrisy in 'Viridiana.'
"There was more. The Indian director Satyajit Ray released 'Devi,' and Akira Kurosawa presented his influential samurai western, 'Yojimbo.' Agnès Varda made her first film, 'Cleo From Five to Seven.' Federico Fellini was represented in only one of the three segments of the entertaining omnibus film, 'Boccaccio '70,' but his tale, 'The Temptation of Dr. Antonio,' was one of his wittiest and most imaginative flights of fancy. Fellini's favorite star, Marcello Mastroianni, was nominated for an Oscar for his role in Pietro Germi's scathing satire, 'Divorce Italian Style.' Tony Richardson released two movies that year: 'A Taste of Honey' and 'The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner.' Finally, one of the most scintillating was Alain Resnais's elegant enigma, 'Last Year at Marienbad.'"
Postado por Julio Daio Borges
20/9/2002 às 13h36
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