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  • DVD Review: 'La Jetée' and 'Sans Soleil'

    DVD Review: 'La Jetée' and 'Sans Soleil'
    Most of French director Chris Marker's films are documentaries (at least, of a sort), but he remains best known internationally for his beautiful 1962 “La Jetée,” a half-hour science-fiction film, whose technique reflects its central theme — the nature of time and memory. (Terry Gilliam's “Twelve Monkeys” was technically a remake; for better or worse, it retained more of the plot than of the technique or tone.) Hitchcock's “Vertigo” is referenced in both “La Jetée” and the other film on this collection, Marker's 1983 documentary “Sans Soleil,” which has a poetry of its own.
  • DVD review: Criterion rears restored 'Children of Paradise'

    DVD review: Criterion rears restored 'Children of Paradise'
    Marcel Carne's unforgettable "Children of Paradise" ("Les Enfants du Paradis") — widely (and justly) considered one of the masterpieces of world cinema — showed up in theaters a few months ago in a remarkable restored version. At the time I...

    In 'Cymbeline,' the plot's the thing

    In 'Cymbeline,' the plot's the thing
    One of Los Angeles' most respected directors meets one of Shakespeare’s least produced plays as Evidence Room founder Bart DeLorenzo takes on the Bard's plot-dizzy, globe-hopping "Cymbeline," at A Noise Within in Pasadena. The production, running...