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Bluebeard (2017, Lee Soo-youn)

The Stop Button Posted by Andrew Wickliffe on Aug 19, 2017

Bluebeard runs just under two hours. The last forty-five minutes of it basically undo–or seem to undo–everything in the first seventy-five minutes. Writer and director Lee doesn’t want to answer the questions the film’s mysteries raise, but reveal entirely new mysteries with entirely new answers. read more

Bluebeard in Black and White: Fritz Lang’s “Secret Beyond the Door”

Random Pictures Posted by Amy on Nov 11, 2014

This is my contribution to the Fairy Tale Blogathon hosted by the always-fascinating Movies Silently. Check out more of the posts there! Let me start this post about Secret Beyond the Door by blaming the enchanting Angela Carter. Carter (1940 – 1992) wrote some of my favorite books, including The read more

Bluebeard in Black and White: Fritz Lang’s “Secret Beyond the Door”

Random Pictures Posted by Amy on Nov 11, 2014

This is my contribution to the Fairy Tale Blogathon hosted by the always-fascinating Movies Silently. Check out more of the posts there! Let me start this post about Secret Beyond the Door by blaming the enchanting Angela Carter. Carter (1940 – 1992) wrote some of my favorite books, including The read more

May Days of Melies – Bluebeard [Barbe-bleue] (1901)

The Giddy Blog Posted by chrisgiddens on May 6, 2012

Bluebeard (aka Barbe-bleue) by Georges Méliès, adapted from the French folktale of the same name by Charles Perrault, contains the oldest known example of product placement in a movie. Keep an eye out for Mercier champagne! http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0131934/ Share this:FacebookTwitterPinte read more

Bluebeard in Black and White: Fritz Lang’s “Secret Beyond the Door”

Random Pictures Posted by Amy on Nov 30, -0001

This is my contribution to the Fairy Tale Blogathon hosted by the always-fascinating Movies Silently. Check out more of the posts there! Let me start this post about Secret Beyond the Door by blaming the enchanting Angela Carter. Carter (1940 – 1992) wrote some of my favorite books, including The read more



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