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FOR THE TIMESFriday October 1, 1999 It is entirely possible that a movie more unpleasant than "Plunkett & Macleane" will open in the roughly three months prior to the year 2000, but you wouldn't want to put money on it. Working Title Films, the generally...
Tags: Jonny Lee Miller, Death, Gramercy, Craig Armstrong, Movies
FOR THE TIMESFriday February 2, 2001 For those denied eligibility for the '60s--who were, say, 12 when Woodstock passed them by--there was a distinct sense of having missed the cultural boat. Like Gertrude Stein's Lost Generation, caught between world wars, they...
Tags: Death, San Francisco, Cameron Diaz, Television, Patrick Bergin
I am now the proud owner of an American Library in Paris card, which cost about $125 for a year's subscription. When you walk through the front door on rue du General Camou, in the 7th arrondissement near the Eiffel Tower, you may as well be at a public...
Staff writerTrilogy Tuesday began for me at nine o'clock. The 12-hour Lord of the Rings marathon began at 1:15 p.m., but I wanted to get to the theater early to secure a good seat. I checked in one last time with the online message board I'd been visiting. There was...
Times Staff WriterKim Stanley, best known on Broadway in the 1950s for roles including Cherie, the small-town "chantoosie" of William Inge's "Bus Stop," died Monday in Santa Fe, N.M., of uterine cancer. She was 76. Her acting career afforded her memorable turns as a...
Tags: William Inge, E.E. Cummings, Death, Marilyn Monroe, Joshua Logan
Postcard readers have asked me for specific information about the City of Light. Here's where to start: There are three official French government tourist bureaus in the U.S.: 444 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10022; 9454 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 715, L.A., CA...
Times Staff WriterIt's not every movie — well, not any other movie that I know of — that can claim to have been inspired by both Monica Lewinsky and Hillary Clinton, the unhappily mirrored images of contemporary femininity. But the girl forever known as...
TIMES STAFF WRITERSaturday October 26, 1996 In 1982, Nina Menkes, one of America's most venturesome filmmakers, and her sister and collaborator Tinka went off to northeastern Africa and shot a series of dreamlike sequences in which Tinka appears as a woman with a...
TIMES STAFF WRITERThursday January 9, 1997 At the beginning of her elegant and illuminating "Paris Was a Woman," documentarian Greta Schiller declares that in the first quarter of the 20th century, the Left Bank of the City of Lights was a magnet for women from all...
Tags: James Joyce, Djuna Barnes, Paris (France)
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