Martha Fischer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon, 29 Nov 1999 10:34:58 -0600
i would say the movie is even more consumed by its style than
NBK...as someone who, until nixon, hated stone with a
passion, i really enjoyed u-turn. it's very dark, and a
whirlwind of stylistic experiments. at the end i just sat
there and laughed. don't want to give anything away, but it's
a fun ride.
-----Original Message----- Martha Pennigar wrote:
> Someone else asked if there were such a thing as
country noir. I can't
> answer that question, but I can recommend three writers with books set
> in rural places.
I've just seen the film _U-Turn_: Ca. guy breaks down in Az
... and the plot twists from there ... Darkly amusing, with
stylistic flashes from NBK still visible.
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