Today’s edition of the Daily Cardinal features my latest column, in which I discuss the late great Eric Rohmer, the notion of literary cinema and the problematic effect that subtitles have on film-watching. The piece could use more slang, but I suppose there’s always next week. So check it out and have yourself a pleasant morning, if possible.
Posts Tagged ‘Eric Rohmer’
1. Claire’s Knee (1970)
2. The Aviator’s Wife (1981)
3. La collectionneuse (1967)
4. Pauline at the Beach (1983)
5. My Night at Maud’s (1969)
In that order, I think.
From Eric Rohmer’s La carrière de Suzanne (1963).
Yet another not-so-thinly-veiled act of procrastination. Then again, I’m sitting in a café at the moment—though not with Laszlo Szabo or Pascale Ogier, sadly—so let’s pretend that I’m plenty justified in posting this adorable little image instead of doing schoolwork.
From Eric Rohmer’s Les nuits de la pleine lune (1984).