Anita Björk in ‘Miss Julie’
Toback and Alec Baldwin talk art and money with the likes of Scorsese, Bertolucci, and Polanski.
“Caustic, surreal, creepy, and blackly funny.”
As if Dardennes were asked “to make a cinematic cocktail using equal parts of ‘Summer With Monica’ and ‘Silkwood.’”
On films that refuse to conform and never cease to surprise.
The “first post-Soviet Russian director to gain international prominence” was 54.