Tuesday, September 11, 2007

1975, well, reckon we got enough cattle in there to fill that damn truck

*love and death (d. woody allen)

*nashville (d. robert altman)

*the passenger (d. michelangelo antonioni) not really american, but starring jack nicholson

shampoo (d. hal ashby) cinematography by lászló kovács

at long last love (d. peter bogdanovich)

*white heart (d. daniel barnett)

-capone (d. steve carver) with ben gazzara and john cassavetes

shivers (d. david cronenberg) a.k.a. they came from within, canadian

-the eiger sanction (d. clint eastwood)

*one flew over the cuckoo's nest (d. milos forman) cinematography by haskell wexler and bill butler

-the french connection II (d. john frankenheimer)

-pine barrens (d. nancy holt)

*barry lyndon (d. stanley kubrick) cinematography by john alcott, not american

*dawn burn (d. mary lucier)

*dog day afternoon (d. sidney lumet)

-92 in the shade (d. thomas mcguane)

-the killer elite (d. sam peckinpah)

-night moves (d. arthur penn) with gene hackman

rancho deluxe (d. frank perry) with jeff bridges, harry dean stanton, sam waterston and slim pickens, cinematography by william a. fraker

three days of the condor (d. sydney pollack) cinematography by owen roizman

rafferty and the gold dust twins (d. dick richards) with alan arkin as a great drunk anti-hero

-the drowning pool (d. stuart rosenberg) cinematography by gordon willis

-the sunshine boys (d. herbert ross) with walter matthau and george burns

the day of the locust (d. john schlesinger) cinematography by conrad l. hall

jaws (d. steven spielberg) cinematography by bill butler

barry lyndon (d. stanley kubrick)

rancho deluxe (d. frank perry)
with slim pickens and harry dean stanton