Tag Archives: Dean Stockwell

Rapture (1965)

An American film by all technicalities but wholly European in its feel and locale, John Guillerim’s Rapture is an oddity through and through. As a tiny, character focused drama with minimal square footing it stands out in Guillerim’s filmography which … Continue reading

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Married to the Mob (1988)

Another 80s Demme banger that welcomes you with open arms upon every revisit. So full of screwball wit and genre-bending charm. I especially enjoy Demme and Fujimoto’s growing confidence with the subjective camera and the foregrounding of colourful oddballs. It … Continue reading

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