This week on You Have To See… we look at OTHELLO, Orson Welles’ troubled and painstaking adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic play.
Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s latest film, the Palme d’Or winning Winter Sleep, arrived at Sydney Film Festival with high expectations and doesn’t disappoint, cementing Ceylan as one of the true masters of world cinema. A special film that, for the patient viewer, can remind us what it can be like to be in the hands of a truly expert storyteller.
He’s got this magic thing where he really cares about his students, and he gets so much joy out of his student succeeding or trying harder. All the people I bring to meet Clark, they all say, he’s got this energy about him. He’s 93 at the moment, but he still gives off this aura. It’s just positivity, that’s what he’s pushing out there. I’ve never come across anyone like Clark, and lots of people say that.
More Western solipsism that any attempt to do justice to the atrocities in question, For Those Who Can Tell No Tales, above all, is morally abhorrent because of one simple insinuation – that the question “How could people be so cruel?”, can only be answered with “elsewhere”.