3 things about Errol Morris’ THE THIN BLUE LINE

The Thin Blue Line [1988]

1. 9PM Carol Burnett Show.
2. Taillight variations.
3. “I’m the one that knows.”

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3 things about John Waters’ HAIRSPRAY

Hairspray [1988]

1. Negro Day, the last Thursday of each month.
2. Kicking aside the rat.
3. “Oh my God! There are colored people in my house!”

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3 things about John Waters’ POLYESTER

Polyester [1981]

1. “Children would get in the way of our erotic lifestyle.”
2. Marguerite Duras triple feature.
3. Air freshener happy ending.

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3 things about Leslie Buchbinder’s HAIRY WHO & THE CHICAGO IMAGISTS

Hairy Who & the Chicago Imagists [2014]

1. “Chicago is and always has been a Surrealist town.”
2. A talking mustache.
3. Comic book-style program in lieu of an exhibition catalog.

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3 things about Andy Warhol’s BEAUTY #2

Beauty #2 [1965]

1. “It’s just a simple screw.”
2. Their petting does not interrupt their chainsmoking.
3. Chuck asks, “If you’re not enjoying it, why don’t you just stop?”
Gino momentarily stops kissing Edie and replies, “Because you’re enjoying it.”

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3 things about Philip Kaufman’s HENRY & JUNE

Henry & June [1990]

1. Richard E. Grant pulling off an American accent.
2. The feeling of looking around a room and being turned on by everyone you see.
3. The audience shouting at the screen during Un Chien Andalou. “Say, ‘Fuck you, Jack!'”

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3 things about Steven Soderbergh’s HIGH FLYING BIRD

High Flying Bird [2019]

1. A long holiday weekend without a holiday.
2. Sauna conversation.
3. “I had a real come-to-Jesus moment on this.”

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