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Adam Zanzie

It's hard for me to find anything wrong with Chinatown, Tess and The Pianist. They feel like perfect films to me. I'm absolutely in agreement with you on Repulsion and Rosemary's Baby, too. I wrote my own thoughts on Repulsion some months ago, but your two paragraphs here are simply incomparable!

I like The Ninth Gate a heck of a lot; my only complaints really lie with the ending, which I think could have possibly been more profoud. I still must check out Knife in the Water, The Fearless Vampire Killers, The Tenant, Bitter Moon and Oliver Twist.

What's your opinion on The Tragedy of Macbeth? It's been awhile since I've seen it, but I remember being astonished by how grotesque it was. I don't think I've ever seen a more fiery, outraged treatment of Shakespeare. Also, Frantic? That's one I've never seen (Blockbuster has it on a waiting list), but it's hard to imagine going wrong with Polanski and Harrison Ford collaborating.

Love this blog, Kim. By far one of the best around.

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