The film proves, if nothing else, how resistant D.H. Lawrence’s fiction remains to adaptation.
The Limey is one of many American films released in 1999 that seemed to be saying goodbye to the rebel spirit that allowed indies and mainstream movies to comingle as they had in the ’70s.
Park Chan-wook discusses the origins of his aesthetic choices, how he came to his depiction of technology in the film, and more.
Qualley, Alwyn, and Denis discuss how the pandemic affected the production, and why trust underscores all elements of the film.
Cristian Mungiu’s film reveals an unforgiving cynicism about the world as its social-realist strains become increasingly apparent.