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I watched a 2002 musical “Chicago” based on the book written by Bob Fosse. The production was masterfully directed by Rob Marshall who choreographed and directed the screenplay written by Bill Condon. The director’s work, as well as the choreographic production, costumes, music and set design, were merged into an impressive criminal comedy story.
A story about a simple-minded, embarrassed college graduate named Benjamin, who was seduced by a respectable woman on vacation in California, Madam Robinson, who languishes in a boring, joyless marriage.
The film we are going to discuss is The West. It is a documentary film which is divided into 8 episodes and it is about the American Old West life.
John Landis’ film American Werewolf in London is one of the cult cinematographic tapes about werewolves. What can a man of the 21st century, depraved with special effects and HD image quality, see in the film?
Thinking about Colin Smith’s loneliness and running I consider his condition, not like a personal one, but more like metaphorical. In literature timeline, the main hero of this story can be placed somewhere between Kamus’ existential hero from The Outsider and one from Burgess’ A Clockwork Orange.