July/August 1991

Milos Forman, Andrew Sarris on Billy Wilder, David Thomson on Graham Greene, Thelma & Louise, Marlon Brando, Danny Aiello interview, Nestor Almendros on Sergei Eisenstein, Hanna Schygulla, Jacques Demy

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DETOURS
By Donald Lyons
Delusion, a new road movie, prompts reflections on noir

INTIMATE LIGHTING
By Jesse Bryant Wilder
Milos Forman contributes to a film on Vaclav Havel

WHY BILLY WILDER BELONGS IN THE PANTHEON
By Andrew Sarris
The creator of Some Like It Hot, Double Indemnity, Kiss Me Stupid, The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, et glorious al., makes the cut, auteurwise 

GREENE IN THE DARK
By David Thomson
Writer of masterful novels and definitively sinister ‘entertainments’ piercing film critic and crackerjack screenwriter of a handful of indelible movie classics, Graham Greene was The First Man of film literature and one very dodgy fellow

ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS
By Kathleen Murphy
Women in revolt: Mortal Thoughts and Thelma & Louise

ACCOMPLICES
By Richard Schickel
Brando and the Fifties, and why both still matter

RUNNIN’ INTO MARLON
By William A. Wellman Jr.
A days work on Sayonara

LIFE WITH VIDEO
Richard T. Jameson on The Vampires Ghost; the skinny on mail-order video by Elliot Forbes; plus Maitland McDonagh on Eurohorror, Peter Hogue on B Westerns

BROADWAY DANNY AIELLO
By Gavin Smith
A street-real character actor who always does the right thing, interviewed

FORTUNE AND MEN’S EYES
By Nestor Almendros
Sergei Eisenstein

HOLLYWOOD’S FASCIST FOLLIES
By Anthony Slide
Warming up for Scoundrel Time

GO DEEPER
By Harlan Kennedy
To Europa, with love

REGARDING HANNA
By Jim Emerson
Ms. Schygulla in Hollywood

PLAYING FOR KEEPS
By Peter Hogue
Jacques Demy (1931-90)

SAYLES’ NEW PITCH
By Robert Horton
City of Hope tracked