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Postcards1990

  • 4.0
A long-distance love affair is prolonged through a series of postcards in Mark Rappaport’s extraordinary short film, one of the director’s first experiments in video. The "deliciously ironic" (according to the Los Angeles Times) POSTCARDS tracks a romance played out entirely on assorted mailings written by a separated couple. American tourist spots on one side; heaving romance, misunderstandings, paranoia and sadly-fading passions on the other. Mass-produced souvenirs have never seemed so romantic, nor as tragic. - Jason Sanders

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Short and sweet! A delicious blend of vintage postcard imagery, noir dialogue full of heavy-handed inuendos, and contemporary green-screen technology! Innovative story-telling!

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Short and sweet! A delicious blend of vintage postcard imagery, noir dialogue full of heavy-handed inuendos, and contemporary green-screen technology! Innovative story-telling!

1 member likes this review

Cute film. Really enjoyed seeing all the old postcards.