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Pauline Kael on the best film ever made =

Pauline Kael

Pauline Kael on the best film ever made =

Raising Kane

by Pauline Kael

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Published by Methuen in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Welles, Orson, -- 1915-1985.,
  • Citizen Kane (Motion picture)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPauline Kael.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination146p. ;
    Number of Pages146
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16199460M

      Found a copy of this review (in my opinion, one of Pauline Kael's best pieces of writing) on Reprinting it here: THE EXORCIST Pauline Kael, The New Yorker, January 7, Shallowness that asks to be taken seriously—shallowness like William Peter Blatty's—is an embarrassment. The title of the new feature documentary by Rob Garver, “What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael,” is a the film, the legendary critic for New Yorker is presented not merely as a key figure of film culture of the second half of the 20th century, but also as an artist in her own right: a woman for whom writing about movies constituted an act of self-discovery and emancipation.

    For a more extended discussion, see Pauline Kael's book Going Steady. The Bespoke Overcoat US (): Drama 37 min, No rating, Color This minute film directed by Jack Clayton (his next was his first feature, ROOM AT THE TOP) is one of the best short-story films ever made.   Nowadays, no writer in any field exercises the influence Pauline Kael wielded as a film critic. Hired by the New Yorker in , she was handed a platform at America’s most culturally prestigious publication at the moment when film was about to change. A younger generation of filmmakers was on the rise and along with their generational cohort across the world, they were intent .

      The new Pauline Kael biography by Brian Kellow gets into this a bit, and it's not flattering to Kael at all. At one point he quotes Kael's review of the film "The Sergeant," starring Rod.   Raising Kane by Pauline Kael, unknown edition, We redesigned our Book Pages — can you share feedback? Pauline Kael on the best film ever made., Sight and sound. ID Numbers Open Library OLM Lists containing this Book. History Created Decem ;.


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Pauline Kael on the best film ever made = by Pauline Kael Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Best Film Ever Made is pages devoted to the making of, critical reaction to, and legacy resulting from Citizen Kane. Based on the first pages of the book, where she bashes Herman Mank Pauline Kael is held up as the epitome of what it means to be a film critic/5.

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Born Today Most Popular Celebs Most Popular Celebs Celebrity News. Pauline Kael (/keɪl/; J – September 3, ) was an American film critic who wrote for The New Yorker magazine from to Kael was known for her "witty, biting, highly opinionated and sharply focused"[1] reviews, her opinions often contrary to those of her contemporaries.

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Kael dubbed the film "Slimelight" and began publishing film criticism regularly in magazines. Kael later explained her writing style: "I worked to loosen my style—to get away from the term-paper pomposity that we learn at college.

I wanted the sentences to breathe, to have the sound of a human voice.". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. "Raising Kane" is a book-length essay by American film critic Pauline Kael, in which she revived controversy over the authorship of the screenplay for the film Citizen Kane.

Kael celebrated screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz, first-credited co-author of the screenplay, and denigrated the contributions of Orson Welles, who co-wrote, produced and directed. By Alan Jacobs Novem In early Pauline Kael published a pair of essays in the New Yorker about Citizen Kane, on the 30th anniversary of that film’s creation.

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by Pauline Kael If ever there was a great example of how the best popular movies come out of a merger of commerce and art, The Godfather is it. The movie starts from a trash novel that is generally considered gripping and compulsively readable, though (maybe because movies more than satisfy my appetite for trash) I found it unreadable.

Pauline Kael () was likely the most powerful, and personal, movie critic of the 20th century. Writing for The New Yorker and publishing a dozen best-selling books, she ruthlessly pursued what made a movie or an actor’s performance work, or not, and why. Her passion made her both admired and despised amongst her readers and her subjects.

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More than her notorious review of Last Tango in Paris (which is a bit over the top), she wrote an excellent early piece about On the Waterfront which perfectly captured Marlon Brando's impact on. For a more extended discussion, see Pauline Kael's book Going Steady.

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