Anthony Asquith
Reviews // 3 Articles
Blogs // 2 Articles
//Reviews

Traveling 'Underground' Into Anthony Asquith's Subterranean World of Passion and Intrigue
28 Jul 2013 // 7:10 PM

Made in 1928, Asquith's sophisticated, silent British feature shows a playful and accomplished young director at the top of his game.

Pygmalion
12 Apr 2009 // 4:59 PM

The scene where Higgins harasses weary Eliza deeply resonates with the interrogation scenes of old detective films.

//Blogs

'The Arsenal Stadium Mystery'/ 'Fanny By Gaslight'
7 Sep 2012 // 8:00 AM

Great British directors not quite bowling the full pitch, or whatever.

In the Clouds: 'The Way to the Stars'
27 May 2011 // 2:30 AM

(T)his exercise in restrained sentiment (rates) below David Lean and Noel Coward's In Which We Serve, though not far below.

//Mixed media
//Blogs

Moving Pixels Podcast: 'The Fall' Explores Artificial Intelligence and Identity

// Moving Pixels

"The Fall raises questions about the self and personal identity by considering how an artificial intelligence governs itself.

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