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Articles by Dennis Harvey

Love Gone Wrong—the Right Way

March 3, 2015
ORPHEUS

Passion burns bright in SENSO and ORPHEUS.

Forever Young with A HARD DAY’S NIGHT

February 27, 2015
A HARD DAYS NIGHT

A HARD DAY’S NIGHT’s lighter-than-air jauntiness makes 1964’s other big-screen entertainments look as cumbersome as military tanks next to a pogo stick.

On Oscar’s Best Actresses: Here and There, Then and Now

February 17, 2015
AUTUMN SONATA

With so little Hollywood product catering to (or featuring) women in lead roles, the Academy’s Best Actress nominees leave plenty of room to roam.

More than 50 Shades of Grey?

February 14, 2015
EDEN AND AFTER

A Valentine’s Day look at off-grid attractions.

From GANJA AND HESS to Spike Lee’s DA SWEET BLOOD OF JESUS—and Back Again

February 9, 2015
GANJA AND HESS

Anything but a standard boobs- and fangs-bearing vampire flick, GANJA AND HESS is digressive, experimental, ambiguous, poetical, educated and fascinating.

So Right, It’s WRONG

January 2, 2015
WRONG

Dupieux’s movies affirm that the medium is still a place that can accommodate pranksters, dreamers and weirdos.

LITTLE FEET, Big Imprint

December 12, 2014
LITTLE FEET

Never grow old: LITTLE FEET is an imaginative hybrid of playtime and professional moviemaking that charms.

Film 101: Part Five

December 11, 2014
DAYS OF BEING WILD

Independents, global currents and the eternal fountain of youth.

Film 101: Part Four

December 4, 2014
BELLISSIMA

Turbulent decades.

Film 101: Part Three

November 26, 2014
THIS IS CINERAMA

Talkies, from silliness to cynicism to supersizing.

The Strange Innocence of THAT’S SEXPLOITATION!

November 21, 2014
THATS SEXPLOITATION

The quaintness of much vintage sexploitation is precisely its charm.

Into the WILD

November 20, 2014

A shortlist of cinema’s best survivors.