I haven't been able to read the article and I don't have access to the New
York Times. Does anyone know if I can get it somewhere else, especially
through the Web?
At 11:05 AM 27/02/96 -0500, you wrote:
>Anyone catch the Susan Sontag article in last Sunday's New York Times
>Magazine? Her idea is that "true" cinephilia is dead. Full of references to
>the good old days when students "couldn't live without Rosselini, Goddard,
>etc." Very Europhilic.
>Struck me that there is some truth to what she's saying, that there is a
>decadence besetting the film business [big budgets crowding out
>inventiveness, and "art", etc.] Mostly, though, the peice seemed like it was
>written by someone who just doesn't like going to the movies anymore. And
>what are we doing here anyway, eating chopped liver?
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