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    Subject: Gosford Park
    Date: Apr 7, 2002
    Sender: Blake McDonaldPrevious | Next

    After seeing Gosford Park about an hour ago it struck me that Robert Altman is a master of his trade with this film a reminder that the 77 year old director can still do it.

    Gosford park is not just a whodunnit (far from it) but a complex journey into the workings of class and relationships of the 1930's. O.K some bits are boring but I suppose that the beauty of the film, it creeps up on you with it's carefully unfolded characters and situations. It's also pretty funny.

    I'd recommend this to any one. Altmans best film since Short Cuts.

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    » Gosford Park «   from Blake McDonald, Apr 7, 2002
  • Trent Ford   from Yesenia, May 12, 2002
  • Re: Trent Ford   from unknown, Jun 12, 2002
  • Gosford Park - pah!   from D., Jul 24, 2002
  • Viewing   from Robert vincent, Apr 21, 2004
  • Re: Trent Ford   from jessica, Jun 27, 2003
  • So British Full of It!   from Huubster, Nov 17, 2003
  • On Maggie's Part   from Zipporah Bourne, Apr 21, 2006
  • » Gosford Park «   from Blake McDonald, Apr 7, 2002
  • Trent Ford   from Yesenia, May 12, 2002
  • Re: Trent Ford   from unknown, Jun 12, 2002
  • Gosford Park - pah!   from D., Jul 24, 2002
  • Viewing   from Robert vincent, Apr 21, 2004
  • Re: Trent Ford   from jessica, Jun 27, 2003
  • So British Full of It!   from Huubster, Nov 17, 2003
  • On Maggie's Part   from Zipporah Bourne, Apr 21, 2006