Tuesday, January 13, 2004

"A Great Conserative Filmmaker"

From City Journal, a nice appreciation of Whit Stillman.

In 1991—a bad year for culture, what with grunge, Oliver Stone’s JFK, and Boyz N the Hood—American filmmaker Whit Stillman, then 39, quietly released Metropolitan, the first of three witty, articulate social comedies that will prove as immortal as Hollywood’s golden comedies of the 1930s.

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