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Saturday, June 28, 2008

 
Ebert on Redemption -- I agree with a lot Roger Ebert has to say about art and storytelling, and I definitely found resonance in his thoughts on redemption. I think most of the stories that reach me most viscerally involve this theme, whether it's Spike on Buffy, or Bluesman, or even Mr. Arkadin, an Orson Welles movie I think is profoundly underrated. Anyway, go read what Ebert has to say. He's always thought-provoking and entertaining to read.

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Blogger Roger Green said...

Oddly, it's why Groundhog Day ranks so well with me.

28 June, 2008 21:09  
Blogger Tucker Stone said...

I'm in that "give Mr. Arkadin" a chance camp too. My wife loathes it, mostly because I spent two weeks obsessively watching the three versions in that Criterion box set--except for her, I'll fight for that movie. It deserves a lot more credit than it gets.

02 July, 2008 17:23  

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