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Le spettacolari interviste di Bogdanovich con Orson Welles
Recordings of almost 4 hours of a series of interviews conducted by director/author Peter Bogdanovich with Welles between the years 1969 and 1972.
Peter Bogdanovich: How about Rogopag?
Orson Welles: Can’t believe that. I was never in a picture with a name like that.
Bogdanovich: In one episode directed by Pasolini. You played a movie director.
Welles: Oh, yes… Censored, in Italy at least, after one single screening in Venice.
Bogdanovich: I didn’t think it was very good. Continua a leggere/Continue reading
- 43A much-cited source in literature on film. "Notes on Film Noir" by Paul Schrader, 1971 English - In 1946 French critics, seeing the American films they had missed during the war, noticed the new mood of cynicism, pessimism and darkness which had crept into the American cinema. The darkening stain…