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Going Steady: Film Writings 1968-1969by Pauline Kael
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In Going Steady Kael has deliberately kept her film reviews in chronological order so that the reader can follow ‘what was evolving in film during a crucial period of social and aesthetic change’ at the end of the sixties. From Godard’s Weekend to Kubrick’s 2001, via Barbarella, Bullitt and Yellow Submarine.
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Reprints a collection of the indefatigable film critic's reviews, originally published by Little, Brown in 1970.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
The sixties on celluloid: how Hollywood lost its mind, got hip, then blew its cool.
In Going SteadyKael has deliberately kept her film reviews in chronological order so that the reader can follow what was evolving in film during a crucial period of social and aesthetic change'at the end of the sixties. From Godard's Weekendto Kubrick's 2001,via Barbarella, Bullittand Yellow Submarine.
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