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Reader Services Join our forums | Email our editor | Report Distribution Problems Read our previous issues Volume 73, Number 15 | Aug. 6 – Aug. 12, 2003 LISTINGS FILM CLASSIC SAMURAI RETURN Posteritati Movie Posters, a gallery and store located downtown at 239 Centre Street, bring “The Return of Kurosawa and Mifune,” to New […]

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koch on film

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“Boys Life 4: Four Play” (-) The four short homoerotic stories depicted in this film, never sexually explicit or pornographic in language, are very flimsy. The same short-story format was used in the previous film in this series, but those stories were much more engrossing. Only one story comes close to being first rate. It […]

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By Sascha Brodsky A new film is taking a look at the lives of the young, gay community of color on Christopher St.; that has been the source of so much local controversy in recent years. “Life on Christopher St.” began as a project two years ago when producer Kimberly Gray and director Maria Clara […]

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koch on Film

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Volume 16, Number 10 | Aug. 5–Aug. 11, 2003 “Hotel” (-) I have previously characterized films as awful, and I may have even referred to one as the worst I have ever seen. All of them pale in comparison with this turkey which is the worst of the worst. I was taken in by The […]

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THEATER

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A PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP WITH… “Discordant Duets,” a cutting edge religious show from the New York International Fringe Festival, will be performed from August 8 through 20 at Teatro La Tea. The show follows two couples struggling through troubled relationships, where one young woman has begun a relationship with Jesus Christ and that change in her […]

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By ED KOCH The style of this film, particularly the camera work and bleakness of scenes, reminded me of the Italian movies made after World War II like “The Bicycle Thief.” The story involves Peppino (Ernesto Mahieux), a very short man in his 50s reminiscent of Danny DeVito, and Valerio (Valerio Foglia Manzillo) a very […]

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THEATER

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BLUE MAN GROUP: TUBES, a multi-faceted and unique performance by silent and blue-faced iconoclasts and actors/ dancers/musicians, ASTOR PL. THEATER, 434 Lafayette St., open-ended run, Tue.-Thur., 8 p.m., Fri., 7 & 10 p.m., Sat., 4, 7 & 10 p.m., Sun., 2, 5 & 8 p.m., $55-$65, 254-4370. Cellophane, a spiritual history of America, through the […]

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By JERRY TALLMER Cast of “State of the Union” It’s time to reserve your milk crate for 2 p.m. this coming Saturday, Aug. 2, on East 10th Street between First and Second Avenues, nearer to First. The one you sit on. It could get you arrested, ticketed anyway. In fact, the opening line of the […]

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koch on film

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“The Embalmer” + The style of this film, particularly the camera work and bleakness of scenes, reminded me of the Italian movies made after World War II like “The Bicycle Thief.” The story involves Peppino (Ernesto Mahieux), a very short man in his 50s reminiscent of Danny DeVito, and Valerio (Valerio Foglia Manzillo) a very […]

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Reader Services Join our forums | Email our editor | Report Distribution Problems Read our previous issues LISTINGS FILM CLASSIC SAMURAI RETURN Posteritati Movie Posters, a gallery and store located downtown at 239 Centre Street, bring “The Return of Kurosawa and Mifune,” to New York from August 1 through September 3. The show is a […]

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