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  • The Long Voyage Home

    The revisionist view of this 1940 adaptation by John Ford and Dudley Nichols of four one-act plays by Eugene O'Neill downgrades it in favor of the once-neglected Ford westerns--in large part because, unlike the westerns, it was widely praised when it first came out. more...
  • Lost in La Mancha

    Filmmakers Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe traveled http://admin.chicagoreader.com/tools/object-editor?oid=1059177;close=yesto Madrid in summer 2000 to shoot a documentary about the making of Terry Gilliam's The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, but instead of an ordinary promotional puff they came away with a memorable portrait of an artist watching his projected masterwork come crashing down around his ears. more...