Ine of the festival’s genuine, if lower-key highlights, which lent focus to its literary origins as well as to its filmmakers, was Intruder in the Dust.
I’ll sidestep the usual throat-clearing about the thought process behind my all-time 10-best-movies list.
For many years, I maintained a Top 10 list. It was changing all the time, but by the mid-1980s, I had pretty well nailed it down.
In Sergio Leone, Morricone had a boss and partner who reserved a prominent place in his films for music.