I N L A N D  E M P I R E And Finance Capitalism

Tue Sep 4, 2007

I only saw it last week. Circumstances permitted a discussion with film scholar Chuck Tryon over the weekend, and I told him that I was overwhelmed by the film in divers ways. In particular, Poland.

I’ve been reading reviews, and the one cogent comment on that aspect seems to be from Carina Chocano’s LA Times piece: “A lament for Hollywood production jobs lost to Eastern Europe?


Also, “Black Tambourine” was apt in a way that “The Hexx,” for example, would not have been.