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In Memoriam: Leonard Cohen, The Baffled King Who Composed ‘Hallelujah’

Leonard Cohen

"Think not of the pain I caused but the healing of my love." In the vast ocean of thought and emotion lived a form. Through the speakers stained with dust, you hear his voice. He recounts his adventures and conquests. Beautiful women, naked , full breasted goddesses. Divinities of the heavens populate

Re-Introducing French Actress Isabelle Huppert

Isabelle Huppert

The American Film Institute will honor French actress Isabelle Huppert at a tribute and gala screening of her latest film Elle. The legendary French actress is in the United States promoting the film she made with Basic Instinct director Paul Verhoeven. As well as the AFI honors,  Ms. Huppert will attend tributes to her

HBO’s ‘Young Pope’ Trailer Previews Controversial Miniseries

The Young Pope

Jude Law plays the newly elected pope in the upcoming HBO miniseries, The Young Pope, that has raised a lot of eyebrows recently. Even more so now that the channel has released a trailer. As much a political figure as a spiritual beacon, the series intends to show that there is

The Clint Eastwood Dilemma?

Clint Eastwood

As Inspector Harry  Callahan, Clint Eastwood would create one of cinema's most quotable and iconic characters. That coupled with his mid sixties Spaghetti westerns, helmed by Sergio Leone, would afford Eastwood the opportunity to move into the director's chair himself. Having struggled to keep his head above water for so