Terri Sutton

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  • To quote from Kurt Cobain, I felt stupid and contagious watching this visual and auditory onslaught of a musical set in Paris circa 1899. Did I like it? you ask. I don't know. Moulin Rouge paints a wrinkled old story with so many...

  • As anybody who was there will tell you, attending high school in the mid- to late '70s made for a distinctly disillusioned adolescence. Plagued by archetypal images of '50s "innocence" and '60s "rebellion," we could see right through the...

  • 6 years ago | Film and TV

    North America's own Heart of Darkness, this underappreciated Jim Jarmusch masterwork may be one of the best films of the past decade—provided the viewer can bear to drift through the "wild West" along with Johnny Depp's artless loner and to ...

  • 8 years ago | Film and TV

    The St. Paul Central Library kicks off its summer series of outdoor films (all based on books, plays, or comics) with Alfred Hitchcock's classic. This 1945 thriller is justly famed for its symbol-strewn dream sequence, based on contributions from ...

  • 10 years ago | Film Reviews

    Vertiginous 'Joy of Life' gravitates to extremes but inspires moderation.

  • 10 years ago | Film Reviews

    'Caché (Hidden)' uncovers our accountability.

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