a seemingly random journey through cinema's heart of darkness. so to speak.

Thursday, June 16, 2005

A greater lack of humanity than even Kraftwerk

Solely Rep this round of the Weekly, which has officially entered summer duties. So long to the artsy stuff for a couple more weeks, though a shout out is in order to a screening of Made in Sheffield, a ramshackle but watchable 101 on the scene that spawned Cabaret Voltaire, the Human League and (yes) Def Leppard. And local treasures The Secret Cinema and the Lawn Chair Drive-In sport eclectic tastes for their outdoors-y deals.

Also, Slate has dedicated the week to summer cinema, complete with the return of Charles Taylor. Joe Morgenstern, however, has dropped the ball. Why leave Edelstein hangin', bud?


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