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3 things about Kasper Collin’s I CALLED HIM MORGAN

I Called Him Morgan [2016] 1. Most audacious creative choice: not featuring “The Sidewinder,” Morgan’s most famous tune, on the soundtrack! 2. The world’s dustiest cassette player. 3. An encounter with Miles Davis. “And who are you supposed to be?”

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3 things about George Cukor’s SYLVIA SCARLETT

Sylvia Scarlett [1935] 1. At certain moments Hepburn looks exactly like Low-era David Bowie! 2. Gymnastic rings in his living room. She sidles over and hoists herself onto them. 3. “You’re acting like a pig!” “It’s a pig’s world.”

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3 things about Robert Altman’s SHORT CUTS

Short Cuts [1993] 1. Little sausage people. 2. Holding two cigarettes at the same time. “Oh, man. Oh, that could just fuck your life up!” 3. He wields a baking paddle. 3 other things.

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3 things about Richard LaGravenese’s LIVING OUT LOUD

Living Out Loud [1998] 1. She brushes the top of his head; he looks around. 2. “What if I was standing behind you?” 3. The masseur gets comfortable.

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3 things about Bruce Weber’s LET’S GET LOST

Let’s Get Lost [1988] 1. The quartet was together for 11 months. 2. Behind him, a giant picture of Jean-Paul Belmondo. 3. “What’s your favorite high, Chet?” “The kind that scares other people to death.” Speedball.

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3 things about Brian De Palma’s OBSESSION

Obsession [1976] 1. Cleverest touch: Bujold also plays her own character as a child. 2. TWA stationery. 3. Subtle florescent pulses on the concourse.

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3 things about Lawrence Kasdan’s BODY HEAT

Body Heat [1981] 1. Wind chime racket signifies lust. 2. Always two glasses of iced tea. 3. Special order high school yearbook.

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