Koraljka Suton

How Robert Altman’s Anti-Western Classic ‘McCabe & Mrs. Miller’ Aged Like Fine Wine

  By Koraljka Suton The legendary director Robert Altman was given an Academy Honorary Award in 2006, “in recognition of a…

6 days ago

Hitchcock’s ‘Vertigo’: The Unrelenting Male Gaze that Blurs the Lines Between Possession and Obsession

  By Koraljka Suton It is no secret that the late Alfred Hitchcock was—and still is—not only one of the…

2 weeks ago

‘Point Blank’: John Boorman’s Amalgamation of American, British and French Filmmaking Styles

Point Blank poster art by Tony Stella https://www.tony-stella.com/   By Koraljka Suton British filmmaker John Boorman started out by making…

1 month ago

How ‘Once Upon a Time in America’ Became Sergio Leone’s Butchered Swan Song

  By Koraljka Suton I am not fascinated, as you say, by the myth of the West, or by the…

2 months ago

‘Walk the Line’: How James Mangold Uncovered the Emotional History of Johnny Cash

  By Koraljka Suton He had to find the range of his own creativity, and learn how to control this…

3 months ago

How Francis Ford Coppola Breathed New Life into ‘Bram Stoker’s Dracula’

  By Koraljka Suton It could be deemed rather poetic that the origins of two of the most iconic and…

3 months ago

‘Atlantic City’: Louis Malle’s Nostalgic Juxtaposition of Deterioration and Renewal

  By Koraljka Suton When acclaimed French New Wave director Louis Malle was approached by producer Alexandre Mnouchkine with the…

4 months ago

‘Charley Varrick’ (1973): Don Siegel’s Masterclass in Seamless Storytelling

  By Koraljka Suton Two years after having made the critically acclaimed and commercially successful Dirty Harry, a seminal police…

5 months ago

‘JFK’: Oliver Stone’s Emotionally Accurate and Masterfully Crafted Trip Down the Rabbit Hole

  By Koraljka Suton “I think I was always controversial, provocative. But I can’t help it. I have to go…

5 months ago