Tag Archives: Whit Stillman

Metropolitan

It’s always a risk for a film to give you too many pointers about how to read it; most people like to work that out for themselves. But I was very charmed by a moment about halfway into Whit Stillman’s 1990 debut Metropolitan – reissued

Cinema Eclectica 87 – A Seaworthy Vessel of Scuzz

Between the madness of being a bit ill and accidentally suggesting necrophilia, it’s something of an eventful show. This week we look at Billy Wilder’s “Fedora”, William Klein’s art-house oddity “Who Are You, Polly Maggoo?”, Richard Wenk’s 1980s high-camp horror “Vamp”, and Whit Stillman’s divisive