Friday, February 06, 2004

"The film is best described as Bertolt Brecht-meets-Walker Evans. Amusingly glum voiceovers ensure that we never become seduced by the Dogme-style hand-held images. Shot entirely in a studio, it uses few props and has the houses of the Depression-hit town marked out in chalk."(arts.telegraph.co.uk | Arts home | Kidman kept in the dark)



Uta Hagen, 1919-2004
Respect for a master actor and teacher who inspired others through the unmatched sublimity of her example
(Village Voice | Features)