September/October 1999

David Fincher and Fight Club, Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut, Spike Jonze's Being John Malkovich, Clive Brook's On Approval, Catherine Breillat, Hou Hsiao-hsien, The Third Man and Touch of Evil, Stephen Soderberg, Tom Twyker's Run Lola Run

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RUN LOLA RUN
By Crissa-Jean Chappell
Movie maid

BEING JOHN MALKOVICH
By Chris Chang
Head wide open

ON APPROVAL
By Phillip Kemp
Cry Ho! The eccentricities of On Approval

CATHERINE BREILLAT
By Kathleen Murphy
Catherine Breillat’s metaphysics of film and flesh

EYES WIDE SHUT

Imperfect Love
By Amy Taubin

Ghost Sonata
By Richard T. Jameson

THE THIRD MAN BEGETS TOUCH OF EVIL
By Harlan Kennedy
For Orson, and our Spanish times at midnight

STEPHEN SODERBERGH
By Dave Kehr
The film world according to Stephen Soderbergh

HOU HSIAO-HSIEN
By Kent Jones
Cinema with a roof over its head

THE HALFLIFERS
By Jim Supaniak
Locating the HalfLifers in the video badlands

SUGAR TOWN
By Mark Olsen
Kur Voss and Allison Anders’ Sugar Town is big enough to hold two directors just fine

DAVID FINCHER
Interviewed by Gavin Smith
Inside out

DEPARTMENTS

Critics Choice

BOOKS
Richard Schickel’s Matinee Idylls: Reflections on the Movies and Peter Bogdanovich’s Movie of the Week: 52 Classic Films for a Full Year reviewed by Dale Thomajan

QUICKIES
Late August, Early September by Robert Horton, Outside Providence by John Anderson, Plunkett and Macleane by Justine Elias, Stir of Echoes by Andrew Lewis Conn, Those Who Love Me Can Take the Train by Kristin M. Jones

VIDI VIDI VIDI
Harun Farocki x 4 by Gavin Smith