Tuesday, June 22, 2010

a.o. scott on dazed and confused

nytimes film critic a.o. scott discusses his admiration for richard linklater's 1993 film "dazed and confused". the film takes place in 1976 yet remains relevant and accessible to all. visually, it maintains authenticity without making any overt historical references. and the music. and the cast. and the cars. and the haircuts. watch below:


3 comments:

Mo Pie, Please said...

This is seriously still one of my all time favorite movies. I love it and always am in the mood to watch it! I was even talking about it this weekend when Slow Ride came on the radio...

R.S. Bohn said...

Great movie. Now I wanna go rent it and watch it tonight. Perfect timing.

Dorn said...

Loved, loved, loved this movie. When we moved to Austin, TX seven years ago I was amazed. Most major scenes are still functioning locations around the city. From Top Notch Burger to the Moon Tower, these are real places in and around the city.

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