Sunday, December 2 2007
Contrary to its public image, Frank Capra's greatest film is a dark and turbulent tale of surrender and sacrifice, of human frailty and defeatism, of that proverbial ledge from which hopes and dreams are thrown to the raging waters.
Monday, January 22 2007
Capra's films of the '30s are seminal works and cannot be underestimated; their influence on American film has been viral, forever infiltrating the structural and thematic templates of contemporary cinema.
Tuesday, March 25 2003
Reveals the liberation offered by non-alienating work and examines the matrices between class and gender, as few other films do.