“The films of Pedro Almodovar, which will soon be featured at the Museum of Modern Art, offer several great examples of female ensemble films,” said host Richard Peña, “especially All About My Mother, for me, one of Pedro's unquestionable masterpieces.”
What’s your favorite film that takes place entirely—or almost entirely—in a moving vehicle?
“My favorite among her von Sternberg films is Morocco, as heart-wrenching a love story as ever made in Hollywood,” said host Richard Peña.
“I know, it’s kind of difficult to define; I guess we could say a film in which the main narrative and emotional focus is on the relationship between two men,” comments host Richard Peña.
From Here to Eternity would probably crop up as number one on most people’s lists,” says host Richard Peña.
“High school is an interesting moment to set such stories since passions can run so high while the ultimate consequences are less clear,” said host Richard Peña.
Here’s host Richard Peña’s response: “I think my two favorites are the moving postwar drama The Best Years of our Lives and the creepy, truly surprising thriller The Collector."
D.O.A.'s opening scene introduces us to Frank Bigelow, played with manic energy by actor Edmond O'Brien. Which of his performances is your favorite?
The films can be from anywhere, anytime, just as long as some of the characters are royal personages.
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