Re:[a_film_by] Re: Cahiers: The Outstanding Films of the Decade (1970-1980)
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> proudly writes of Kael and her acolytes, that they "were notthe only
> ones pushing Scorsese, Coppola, Altman, Spielberg, and the rest, but
> we did it early, and we helped a group of directors make their way."
> (I don't seem to recall them pushing Altman's Countdown.)On the other hand, they didn't help at all many veterans who
were doing some of their best work at time (not to mention
there lack of interest in people like Hellman or Cassavetes).
I once start an article on Robert Aldrich's 70's work, but
drop it when it start to become more an attack on the
official 70's canon.
> As Denby points out, she ignored Fassbinder.Actually she ignored a lot of people (from Monte Hellman to
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> He hasn't made anything worth sitting through sinceI recently saw and loved Mighty Aphrodite, made after Bullets. But
> "Bullets Over Broadway"
then came the falling-off, as it always does after the first bloom of
love is of the rose.