This week’s entry is the film which brought Ingmar Bergman to international acclaim, SMILES OF A SUMMER NIGHT, yet which is often overshadowed by his later and more serious films,
This week’s ‘You Have to See…’ is an Indian coming-of-age drama about creativity and identity. Based on the life of screenwriter Anurag Kashyap, director Vikramaditya Motwane has crafted what seeks to be both an intimate and universal tale of family.
For our second instalment of You Have To See… Brad has chosen to gift/punish the writers with writer/director/producer/star Jerry Lewis’ 1961 film, THE LADIES MAN and the responses are typically across the board. Visionary, complex masterpiece or excruciating dud? The real answer probably lies somewhere in the middle, but this film really divided us. Read on, and we’d love for you to join the discussion in the comments!
You Have To See… is a new weekly feature here at 4:3, where one staff writer picks a film they love and makes a group of other writers watch it for the first time. Once this group has seen the film, the suggestor writes a piece advocating the film and the others respond below. Whilst