A biographical study of actress Charlotte Rampling, told through her own conversations with some of her closest friends and collaborators, including Peter Lindbergh, Paul Auster, and Juergen Teller. Intercut with footage from some of Rampling's most celebrated films—including Liliana Cavani’s The Night Porter, Woody Allen’s Stardust Memories, Sidney Lumet’s The Verdict, and François
Ozon's Swimming Pool—this “self-portrait through others” is a look at one of the most iconic screen stars.
||November 4th, 2011 (Limited) by Kino Lorber|
||April 10th, 2012 by Kino Video, released as Charlotte Rampling The Look|
||Foreign Language, Biography, Performing Arts|
|Source:||Based on Real Life Events|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
||TAG/TRAUM Filmproduktion, Prounen Film, Les Films d'Ici, ZDF, 3Sat, ARTE France|
April 10th, 2012
It is a really slow week on the home market. The biggest theatrical release coming out is The Iron Lady. The film did extremely well for a limited release, but that's not saying a whole lot. The only other wide release is The Darkest Hour, but that film bombed quite badly, so it likely won't have much of an impact on the home market. As for the best of the best, A Trip to the Moon Blu-ray is at the top of the list and is the Pick of the Week. There are a couple runner-ups, namely Astonishing X-Men: Dangerous on DVD and Into the Abyss on Blu-ray
November 8th, 2011
Like last week, Like Crazy was the only film to reach the $10,000 on the per theater chart. It expanded from four to sixteen theaters, while its per theater average remained strong at $16,657. The only new release that came close to $10,000 was The Other F Word and it was well back with an average of $6,643 in two theaters.
November 4th, 2011
It's the first week of November, which should be the start of Awards Season. However, there are not a lot of films that are really wowing critics. In fact, there are more films missing the overall positive level than there are earning award-worthy reviews. The Last Rites of Joe May is the best bet and, if you don't live in New York, try and catch it on Video on Demand. And, if you live up north in Canada, try and get to a showing of Billy Bishop Goes to War.
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