I like Jane Campion's work; she was nominated for a Best Director Oscar for "The Piano", many years ago. She's the first female director to win the Palme d'Or at Cannes. She also directed "Bright Star", a wonderful bio pic about John Keats, one of my favorite poets. So yeah, I'm looking forward to this.
I don't know if this is showing locally; I suppose I could catch a showing if I wanted to go to San Francisco for it. What I will probably do is stream it on Netflix when it's available on December 1. I'm getting to be old enough that I prefer watching a film in my living room rather than a crowded theater full of noisy, unmasked people. And in any case, I'm getting hard of hearing, so I like to be able to turn on the captions.
I'm not familiar with Savage's work (yeah, GREAT name for a Western writer!) but from what I'm reading, it sounds pretty intriguing. I look forward to the movie. I will probably post an opinion after I see it.
Jerry Prather? Hear good things about this one. I am not that familiar with Campion's work, but Cumberbatch is apparently superb, per usual, as is Dunst, also per usual. Anyone who sees it, mind posting... more
Hello, olds! I just saw the trailer and it looks to be worth seeing. Unfortunately, it does not appear to be playing at a theater in the Phoenix area. I could not find one, anyway. Early in December it... more