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Film, New Orleans is breeding ground for Nicolas Cage's <i>Bad Lieutenant</i>

New Orleans is breeding ground for Nicolas Cage's Bad Lieutenant

The joke's on someone in Werner Herzog's awkwardly titled Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans. Possibly Abel Ferrara, who, exploding in fury when he learned that the German conquistador was planning to remake his 1992 career movie, opined that…
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Calendar, Night&Day Paul's Boutique Industry

Paul's Boutique Industry

By now we've grown accustomed to famed author Paul Auster hassling the film industry for jobs. In 1995, he teamed up with Wayne Wang to co-direct Auster's screenplay for Smoke, starring a nicely understated Harvey Keitel, then did the same…
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The Hoodlum Priest

Mean Streets Directed by Martin Scorsese. Written by Scorsese and Mardik Martin. Starring Harvey Keitel, Robert De Niro, Amy Robinson, Richard Romanus, and David Proval. Opens Friday, March 20, at the Castro. When Martin Scorsese's Mean Streets opened in 1973,…
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Face-Off

In a kind of verbal pingpong, director Wayne Wang (The Joy Luck Club) and novelist Paul Auster (Leviathan) laugh and reminisce about Smoke and its high-jinks improvised postscript, Blue in the Face. Wang, a native of Hong Kong who lives…
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All the Dead Young Men

Clockers, Spike Lee's new movie, opens with a horrifying montage of blood-soaked corpses with bullet holes in their foreheads or necks or chests, or all over. A melancholy, bluesy song plays in the background, and intercut among these scenes of…
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