Saturday, January 23, 2010

Preposition Cinema Part 5: Up, Down, Over and Out

Bringing up Baby (Howard Hawks 1938)
Downhill (Alfred Hitchcock 1927)
One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Milos Forman 1975)
Out of the Past (Jacques Tourneur 1947)


catharine said...

I really enjoyed all these prepositions and now will digest them while Vargas takes that well earned break!

Strawberry Jam Anne said...

I have looked back through these clever posts Vargas and look forward to reading more after your break.

Sadoo said...
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Sadoo Pipher said...

My first love is literature. But literature is so old, as a named art, that it now produces only half a dozen or so notable books each century. Words are tired (which is perhaps why they're so overused these days).

Yet your list of notable films through a lens of prepositions reminds me of the gush of great cinema we experienced in the 1900s. A new art was born! Humanity was passionately obsessed! And even aesthetically parsimonious I am forced to say that at least 50 great films were realized in 100 years