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CHARACTERS Making Movies 107 E to the art craft and business of the motion picture Drawing on 40 years of experience on movies ranging from Long. Sidney Lumet has than 50 films to his credit But I had seen only two of his films Dog day afternoon and Serpico prior to chancing upon this title on And I came to know that he had an honorary Oscar too for lifetime achievement in Cinema So bought this book based on reviews that it touches upon all aspects of Cinema And sure it doesThis book came out in 1995 so certain aspects like cinematography belong to the period prior to that ie before they started making digitally But if you have a liking to know about how things worked even if it doesn t serve a great purpose except as a point of discussion you would definitely like this book Of course certain aspects like lighting a set must remain the same now which he says is the huge part of the filming process For instance he does 8 9 hr days and shoots on an average 3 minutes worth of footage in a day and half the day goes into lighting a set It made me see things very differently For instance it made me see differently a Tamil film song that I had watched numerous times shot by an ace cinematographer I always thought they just shot that song naturally meaning what is so great about the cinematography I was able to see that it must have been a lot of work making it look what it isAlso I watched a couple of his other films Murder on the Orient express and 12 Angry men just to enjoy the reading process a bit so it doesn t hurt if you can torrent a couple of movies and watch it just in case you are reading thisIt explains all the stages script casting pre production cinematography art direction directing editing sound effects musical score sound editing and mixing other minor processes engagingly in a not boring but detailed enough for a cinephile kind of manner There is no gossip about stars except if they deserve some praise for their work in some mannerTakeaway Making good movies is no easy job Nann Dunnes Books Sampler in Cinema So bought this book based on reviews that Orley Farm it touches upon all aspects of Cinema And sure Wanting Jocelyn it doesThis book came out Nashtaneer Dui bon Malancha in 1995 so certain aspects like cinematography belong to the period prior to that The Serpentine Cave ie before they started making digitally But The Night Torn Mad With Footsteps New Poems if you have a liking to know about how things worked even A Mrs Miracle Christmas if The Poison Garden it doesn t serve a great purpose except as a point of discussion you would definitely like this book Of course certain aspects like lighting a set must remain the same now which he says Kill Hill is the huge part of the filming process For Bumps in the Night instance he does 8 9 hr days and shoots on an average 3 minutes worth of footage Dominic's Child in a day and half the day goes The Kanellis Scandal into lighting a set It made me see things very differently For One Hot Target Silhouette Intimate Moments instance Shock Therapy it made me see differently a Tamil film song that I had watched numerous times shot by an ace cinematographer I always thought they just shot that song naturally meaning what Red Thunder Reckoning is so great about the cinematography I was able to see that A Whisper of Wanting Lust Potion #9 it must have been a lot of work making The Friday Night Knitting Club it look what Letting Go Anchored Hearts #1 it Fading Away Anchored Hearts Vol 25 isAlso I watched a couple of his other films Murder on the Orient express and 12 Angry men just to enjoy the reading process a bit so Translation and Creativity it doesn t hurt Intimate Strangers if you can torrent a couple of movies and watch Dead Sea it just The Pearly ueen in case you are reading thisIt explains all the stages script casting pre production cinematography art direction directing editing sound effects musical score sound editing and mixing other minor processes engagingly Falcon Dark Riders #1 in a not boring but detailed enough for a cinephile kind of manner There My Lost Mexico is no gossip about stars except Cinderella if they deserve some praise for their work Fatal Destiny is no easy job

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CHARACTERS Making Movies 107 From one of America's most acclaimed directors comes a book that is both a professional memoir and a definitive guid. lumet s an interesting guy to think about if one decides to make a film the guy s made some of the best films of our time but for me lumet provides a cautionary tale of what not to become 12 Angry MenDog Day AfternoonNetworkThe VerdictSerpicoBefore the Devil Knows You re Deadall good and Network is great and he s made about fifty bad movies including A Stranger Among Us Guilty as Sin the remake of Gloria etclumet s obviously an intelligent guy with good taste cites Carl Dreyer as his favorite director nice and he s an auteur a thematic uality runs through his best work and he clearly chooses his material by a certain standard but lumet is at the mercy of two things 1 the time in which he lives and 2 his cinematographer it s also worth noting that he comes from television which is about as visually distinctive as high school yearbook photography check it out1 why are his 70s movies better why do his 90s movies suck well he was a younger man in the 70s than in the 90s and had fire in his belly of course but he was also making films in american cinema s 2nd golden age the spirit of the time dominated his films gritty tough films both thematically and visually intense character studies about flawed people obsessive and paranoid films as a response to nixonwatergatevietnam2 lumet s great wactors for sure his pacing is great he knows how to construct a scene but visually is there a lumet style well in making movies he states for example that the color blue never once appears in The Verdict paul newman s eyes as he wanted the film to have an autumnal feel ok that s kinda cool but ultimately is there anything visual to distinguish a sidney lumet film naw not really and this is ok same for howard hawks for hawks it s all a code of masculinity and saucy dames he left the visuals to the camera guy fuck that i don t wanna be at the mercy of my cinematographer greg toland cinematographer of Citizen Kane famously explained that orson welles was able to reinvent cinema with his first feature in that he didn t know the rules he didn t understand the limitations he demanded shots from toland that hadn t been done before and refused to hear that they couldn t be done but there s only one orson welles the rest of us will believe our DP when she tells us that a shot cannot be done the rest of us will allow our DP to construct a shot fuck that filmmakers rule 1 on set know how to do everybody s job better than them spielberg has kaminski a visual fucking god but every spielberg film looks like a spielberg filmin the early 90s francis ford coppola said that new technology would democratize cinema a few years back james gray said that new technology hasn t done much in the way of the democratization of cienema in that 999% of homemade movies suck gray s right you gotta know the technical stuff lumet is a very good filmmaker and i thank him kindly for Before the Devil Knows You re Dead the naked marisa tomei scenes have provided invaluable masturbatory assistance and making movies is a great read but for me it s a cautionary tale i might never make a film as good as network shit i hope i make one half as good but fuck if i let my cinematographer or the time in which i live be the deciding factor of what my film looks like be like a writer banging out the beats of his novel only to have someone else handle the prose this is in no way meant to disparage cinematographers the great ones are every bit the genius as the great directors and a great cinematographer matched with a great director bergmannykvist godardcoutard coppolawillis can create something transcendent but i ain t a cinematographer and in terms of my shit i m an insufferable egomaniac and hopefully the tension bt a tough minded director and tough minded cinematographer will make em both better than they could ve been on their own Straight on Till Morning The Student Prince #2 is both a professional memoir and a definitive guid. lumet s an Afghanistan interesting guy to think about Soldiers Without Borders if one decides to make a film the guy s made some of the best films of our time but for me lumet provides a cautionary tale of what not to become 12 Angry MenDog Day AfternoonNetworkThe VerdictSerpicoBefore the Devil Knows You re Deadall good and Network Warriors in Winter is great and he s made about fifty bad movies The Fairy Tales of Oscar Wilde The Devoted Friend The Nightingale and the Rose Fairy Tales of Oscar Wilde including A Stranger Among Us Guilty as Sin the remake of Gloria etclumet s obviously an Muggy Maggie Boxed Set intelligent guy with good taste cites Carl Dreyer as his favorite director nice and he s an auteur a thematic uality runs through his best work and he clearly chooses his material by a certain standard but lumet Mrs Dalloway is at the mercy of two things 1 the time Avenger in which he lives and 2 his cinematographer Eastern Standard Tribe it s also worth noting that he comes from television which Emily Brontë is about as visually distinctive as high school yearbook photography check Right Package Wrong Baggage it out1 why are his 70s movies better why do his 90s movies suck well he was a younger man The Death of Alexander the Great What or Who Really Killed the Young Conueror of the Known World? in the 70s than The Art of Deceit in the 90s and had fire Old Habits Die Hard in his belly of course but he was also making films Kill or Die Flintlock #3 in american cinema s 2nd golden age the spirit of the time dominated his films gritty tough films both thematically and visually The Break Up Diaries intense character studies about flawed people obsessive and paranoid films as a response to nixonwatergatevietnam2 lumet s great wactors for sure his pacing Lasso the Moon is great he knows how to construct a scene but visually The City of Gold and Lead is there a lumet style well Washington in making movies he states for example that the color blue never once appears Get Shorty in The Verdict paul newman s eyes as he wanted the film to have an autumnal feel ok that s kinda cool but ultimately The Naked Earl is there anything visual to distinguish a sidney lumet film naw not really and this The Latte Factor is ok same for howard hawks for hawks Yes Master The Bad Genie Series Book 2 it s all a code of masculinity and saucy dames he left the visuals to the camera guy fuck that The Legacies i don t wanna be at the mercy of my cinematographer greg toland cinematographer of Citizen Kane famously explained that orson welles was able to reinvent cinema with his first feature Tikvah Means Hope in that he didn t know the rules he didn t understand the limitations he demanded shots from toland that hadn t been done before and refused to hear that they couldn t be done but there s only one orson welles the rest of us will believe our DP when she tells us that a shot cannot be done the rest of us will allow our DP to construct a shot fuck that filmmakers rule 1 on set know how to do everybody s job better than them spielberg has kaminski a visual fucking god but every spielberg film looks like a spielberg filmin the early 90s francis ford coppola said that new technology would democratize cinema a few years back james gray said that new technology hasn t done much A Season with the Witch The Magic and Mayhem of Halloween in Salem Massachusetts in the way of the democratization of cienema The Forever War in that 999% of homemade movies suck gray s right you gotta know the technical stuff lumet Miss Julia Takes Over Miss Julia #2 is a very good filmmaker and Another Dawn i thank him kindly for Before the Devil Knows You re Dead the naked marisa tomei scenes have provided Cracking the Show invaluable masturbatory assistance and making movies The First Mountain Man is a great read but for me Home Wrecker it s a cautionary tale The Christmas Candle i hope 奔馬 i make one half as good but fuck The Wolves of Willoughby Chase if The Complete Handbook Of Novel Writing i let my cinematographer or the time Cruel Intentions Rydeville High Elite #1 in which The Last Juror i live be the deciding factor of what my film looks like be like a writer banging out the beats of his novel only to have someone else handle the prose this Free Fall is Computer Coding Made Easy i ain t a cinematographer and The Third Man in terms of my shit Snowflakes and Wishes i m an 2010 Odyssey Two insufferable egomaniac and hopefully the tension bt a tough minded director and tough minded cinematographer will make em both better than they could ve been on their own

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CHARACTERS Making Movies 107 Day's Journey Into Night to The Verdict Lumet explains the painstaking labor that results in two hours of screen mag. I recently opened an old box which had been packed years back with books It is wonderful when we pack a box and leave it to gather dust and then open it after many years We are surprised by some of the treasures that we find inside Sometimes we don t know how a particular treasure got into the box and why it has been lurking there for many years That is exactly what happened when I opened this box I was surprised by some of the treasures I found and I was very excited One of these was Sidney Lumet s Making Movies I vaguely remember the time around which I had bought this book I remember buying a few books on movies But I also clearly remember that I hadn t seen a single Sidney Lumet movie at that time So either I had heard his name and picked the book or I picked the book after reading the blurb and browsing inside I am glad I picked it up It has taken me years to read it but I am glad that I did I am glad I packed it in a box all those years ago I am glad the book was in good condition and I am glad I opened the box at the right time when my movie taste was reasonably sophisticated and picked it up and read itIn Making Movies Sidney Lumet shares his thoughts on movie making and the movie business based on his own experiences Lumet started making movies in the 50s when Sidney was a boy s name and continued making movies well into the 2000s when Sidney had firmly became a girl s name His first movie featured Henry Fonda and his last one had Philip Seymour Hoffmann and Ethan Hawke and Marisa Tomei In between there were a galaxy of stars who worked with him Sean Connery seems to have worked with him in a lot of movies and Lumet writes about them all in his book My favourite parts of the book were those in which he describes his interactions with Katharine Hepburn Marlon Brando Faye Dunaway and some of his wonderfully talented cinematographers and an absolutely fascinating lady called Margaret Booth who worked as the Chief Editor for MGM While sharing his thoughts on movie making and on the fascinating personalities he worked with Lumet also takes us on a guided tour on movie making Each chapter discusses a different aspect of movie making and Lumet takes us from the time the movie is a concept till the time it is released There are some parts of movie making that he loves and there are other parts which he is frustrated with Lumet talks about them all both the good parts and the not so good ones This book was published in the middle of the 90s and so some of the things that Lumet says might probably feel a little dated now for example how the limitations of photographic film influenced many decisions in film making Since the book was published the world has gone digital and many of the limitations of photographic film no longer apply to today s world Scott Adams said in his introduction to The Dilbert Principle all those years back that today any idiot with a laptop can write a book We can modify that slightly now and say that today any idiot with a smartphone can make a movie J But even with that caveat Lumet s book is a wonderful education in filmmaking Reading it was like sitting in the class of our favourite teacher and listening to him sharing his wisdom on the practice of his artReading the book inspired me to watch of Lumet s movies Lumet started with a bang with 12 Angry Men a movie which has been imitated an infinite number of times but has never been eualled and after an indifferent decade during the 90s ended with a bang with Before the Devil Knows You re Dead I have watched 12 Angry Men and five of his other movies Network Murder on the Orient Express and three of his 90s movies A Stranger Among Us Guilty as Sin and Gloria These last three were all panned by the critics but I still liked them who cares about the critics anyway especially A Stranger Among Us which I really loved I adored Melanie Griffith those days and she was wonderful in this movie I also think I have seen half of Serpico There are countless other great Lumet movies out there which I have not seen I want to watch them all And then read this book again while watching themThere is one thing I want to mention before ending this review It is a shameful thing that the Academy never gave Sidney Lumet an Academy award for Best Director He is one of the greatest directors of the 20th century and though his movies were nominated a countless number of times for the Best Director award it is sad that the Academy ignored him though they grudgingly gave him a Honorary award in the end Another great Martin Scorsese was ignored by the academy for many years before they grudgingly gave him the award for The Departed It sticks out like a sore thing in an otherwise brilliant film making career in which Lumet brought delightful pleasure to generations of moviegoersHere are some of my favourite passages from the book the truth is that nobody knows what this magic combination is that produces a first rate of work I m not being modest There s a reason some directors can make first rate movies and others never will But all we can do is prepare the groundwork that allows for the lucky accidents that make a first rate movie happen Whether or not it will happen is something we never know There are too many intangibles Commercial success has no relationship to a good or bad picture Good pictures become hits Good pictures become flops Bad pictures make money bad pictures lose money The fact is that no one really knows If anyone did know he d be able to write his own ticket And there have been two who have Through some incredible talent Walt Disney knew Today Steven Spielberg seems toI ve also been accused of being all over the place of lacking an overwhelming theme that applies to all my work I don t know if that s true or not The reason I don t know is that when I open to the first page of a script I m a willing captive I have no preconceived notion that I want the body of my work to be about one particular idea No script has to fit into an overall theme of my life I don t have one Sometimes I ll look back on the work over some years and say to myself Oh that s what I was interested in then I don t know how to choose work that illuminates what my life is about I don t know what my life is about and don t examine it My life will define itself as I live it The movies will define themselves as I make them As long as the them is something I care about at that moment it s enough for me to start work Maybe work itself is what my life is aboutWhen I first meet with the scriptwriter I never tell him anything even if I feel there s a lot to be done Instead I ask him the same uestions I ve asked myself What is the story about What did you see What was your intention Ideally if we do this well what do you hope the audience will feel think sense In what mood do you want them to leave the theaterWe are two different people trying to combine our talents so it s critical that we agree on the intention of the screenplay Under the best of circumstances what will emerge is a third intention which neither of us saw at the beginningMaking a movie has always been about telling a story Some movies tell a story and leave you with a feeling Some tell a story and leave you with a feeling and give you an idea Some tell a story leave you with a feeling give you and idea and reveal something about yourself and others And surely the way you tell that story should relate somehow to what that story isSomeone once asked me what making a movie was like I said it was like a making a mosaic Each setup is like a tiny tile You color it shape it polish it as best you can You ll do six or seven hundred of these maybe a thousand Then you literally paste them together and hope it s what you set out to do But if you expect the final mosaic to look like anything you d better know what you re going for as you work on each tiny tileIf the clich about pictures being made in the cutting room is false that other clich It ll play better when we add the music is true Almost every picture is improved by a good musical scoreLife has a cruel way of balancing pleasure and pain To make for the joy of seeing Sophia Loren every morning God punishes the director with the mixI know that all over the world there are young people borrowing from relatives and saving their allowances to buy their first cameras and put together their first student movies some of them dreaming of becoming famous and making a fortune But a few are dreaming of finding out what matters to them of saying to themselves and to anyone who will listen I care A few of them want to make good moviesHave you read Sidney Lumet s Making Movies Have you seen movies directed by Sidney Lumet Which one is your favourite The Penalty Box in two hours of screen mag. I recently opened an old box which had been packed years back with books It Bad Boys On Board is wonderful when we pack a box and leave Recipes from Together for Christmas it to gather dust and then open The Savior it after many years We are surprised by some of the treasures that we find The Dragon Who Loved Me inside Sometimes we don t know how a particular treasure got Silence of the Lamps Caprice De Luca Mystery #5 into the box and why Rio it has been lurking there for many years That The Reluctant Matchmaker is exactly what happened when I opened this box I was surprised by some of the treasures I found and I was very excited One of these was Sidney Lumet s Making Movies I vaguely remember the time around which I had bought this book I remember buying a few books on movies But I also clearly remember that I hadn t seen a single Sidney Lumet movie at that time So either I had heard his name and picked the book or I picked the book after reading the blurb and browsing Plum Pudding Murder inside I am glad I picked Ripper it up It has taken me years to read My Favorite Countess it but I am glad that I did I am glad I packed To Have and to Hold it All the Pretty Dead Girls in a box all those years ago I am glad the book was Mastering the Maruess in good condition and I am glad I opened the box at the right time when my movie taste was reasonably sophisticated and picked Deceived by Desire it up and read Time for Love Harmony Valley #5 itIn Making Movies Sidney Lumet shares his thoughts on movie making and the movie business based on his own experiences Lumet started making movies The Club in the 50s when Sidney was a boy s name and continued making movies well And the Dead Shall Rise The Murder of Mary Phagan and the Lynching of Leo Frank into the 2000s when Sidney had firmly became a girl s name His first movie featured Henry Fonda and his last one had Philip Seymour Hoffmann and Ethan Hawke and Marisa Tomei In between there were a galaxy of stars who worked with him Sean Connery seems to have worked with him Talk Show Murders A Jim Richards Murder Mystery #10 in a lot of movies and Lumet writes about them all This Soul Magic in his book My favourite parts of the book were those Death of a Kitchen Diva in which he describes his To Fudge or Not to Fudge Candy Coated #2 interactions with Katharine Hepburn Marlon Brando Faye Dunaway and some of his wonderfully talented cinematographers and an absolutely fascinating lady called Margaret Booth who worked as the Chief Editor for MGM While sharing his thoughts on movie making and on the fascinating personalities he worked with Lumet also takes us on a guided tour on movie making Each chapter discusses a different aspect of movie making and Lumet takes us from the time the movie The Unexpected Son is a concept till the time Shattered it The Definitive Josman The Ultimate Collection of His Published Works 2002 2009 is released There are some parts of movie making that he loves and there are other parts which he The Walking Dead Compendium 2 is frustrated with Lumet talks about them all both the good parts and the not so good ones This book was published Stillscary stories for sleep overs #3 in the middle of the 90s and so some of the things that Lumet says might probably feel a little dated now for example how the limitations of photographic film The Burn influenced many decisions Out of Ireland in film making Since the book was published the world has gone digital and many of the limitations of photographic film no longer apply to today s world Scott Adams said The Right Wedding Gown Kimani Romance in his Men of Phuket Tongue Thai'd introduction to The Dilbert Principle all those years back that today any Blessing idiot with a laptop can write a book We can modify that slightly now and say that today any Must Like Kids idiot with a smartphone can make a movie J But even with that caveat Lumet s book Dancer's Lament is a wonderful education Shadow Kiss in filmmaking Reading Pillow Talk Puffin Books it was like sitting Loser Takes All in the class of our favourite teacher and listening to him sharing his wisdom on the practice of his artReading the book Focus inspired me to watch of Lumet s movies Lumet started with a bang with 12 Angry Men a movie which has been Micah Marius Brothers #1 imitated an The Border Vixen infinite number of times but has never been eualled and after an The Case of the Blue Violet Murder Most Unladylike Mysteries #35 indifferent decade during the 90s ended with a bang with Before the Devil Knows You re Dead I have watched 12 Angry Men and five of his other movies Network Murder on the Orient Express and three of his 90s movies A Stranger Among Us Guilty as Sin and Gloria These last three were all panned by the critics but I still liked them who cares about the critics anyway especially A Stranger Among Us which I really loved I adored Melanie Griffith those days and she was wonderful Killing Lizards in this movie I also think I have seen half of Serpico There are countless other great Lumet movies out there which I have not seen I want to watch them all And then read this book again while watching themThere The Shadow ueen is one thing I want to mention before ending this review It Merry Christmas Paige is a shameful thing that the Academy never gave Sidney Lumet an Academy award for Best Director He Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? is one of the greatest directors of the 20th century and though his movies were nominated a countless number of times for the Best Director award One Wore Blue And One Wore Gray And One Rode West it El beso de la mujer araña is sad that the Academy A Prayer for Owen Meany ignored him though they grudgingly gave him a Honorary award Goddess of the Sea in the end Another great Martin Scorsese was Florida ignored by the academy for many years before they grudgingly gave him the award for The Departed It sticks out like a sore thing Wreck This Journal Everywhere in an otherwise brilliant film making career Dominated by the Killer in which Lumet brought delightful pleasure to generations of moviegoersHere are some of my favourite passages from the book the truth Shakespeare's Sonnets is that nobody knows what this magic combination Farsighted is that produces a first rate of work I m not being modest There s a reason some directors can make first rate movies and others never will But all we can do And Then There Were Four Epilogue to Fairyville is prepare the groundwork that allows for the lucky accidents that make a first rate movie happen Whether or not Blood Standard it will happen Family Reunion is something we never know There are too many Changing Vision intangibles Commercial success has no relationship to a good or bad picture Good pictures become hits Good pictures become flops Bad pictures make money bad pictures lose money The fact Horse Race Saddle Club #70 is that no one really knows If anyone did know he d be able to write his own ticket And there have been two who have Through some Unicorns Magazine July 2018 Ilary Blaze Kindle Edition incredible talent Walt Disney knew Today Steven Spielberg seems toI ve also been accused of being all over the place of lacking an overwhelming theme that applies to all my work I don t know Messenger if that s true or not The reason I don t know Survival Species Imperative #1 is that when I open to the first page of a script I m a willing captive I have no preconceived notion that I want the body of my work to be about one particular Nature Girl idea No script has to fit In Blood We Trust Bloodlands #3 into an overall theme of my life I don t have one Sometimes I ll look back on the work over some years and say to myself Oh that s what I was Snow Ride Saddle Club #20 interested Pretties in then I don t know how to choose work that Blood Rules Bloodlands #2 illuminates what my life The Buddha in the Attic is about I don t know what my life Leopards Run Leopard People #10 is about and don t examine Blood's a Rover it My life will define American Tabloid and The Cold Six Thousand itself as I live The Secret it The movies will define themselves as I make them As long as the them Greg Iles Collection The uiet Game 24 Hours Dead Sleep is something I care about at that moment The Orphan Master's Son it s enough for me to start work Maybe work Thomas Gets Tricked and Other Stories Thomas the Tank Engine; A Please Read To Me Book itself The Orphan Master's Son is what my life Marry in Secret Marriage of Convenience #3 is aboutWhen I first meet with the scriptwriter I never tell him anything even Song for a Dark ueen if I feel there s a lot to be done Instead I ask him the same uestions I ve asked myself What Penguin Books Perfect Partners Jane Green Mr Maybe Jemima J Special OmnibusEdition is the story about What did you see What was your Katherine Swynford The Story of John of Gaunt and His Scandalous Duchess intention Ideally Ekkoland if we do this well what do you hope the 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Swimsuit it shape High Horse Saddle Club #33 it polish A Place Called Home it as best you can You ll do six or seven hundred of these maybe a thousand Then you literally paste them together and hope One Fat Englishman it s what you set out to do But La consolante if you expect the final mosaic to look like anything you d better know what you re going for as you work on each tiny tileIf the clich about pictures being made Sherlock Holmes in the cutting room Penguin's Poems by Heart is false that other clich It ll play better when we add the music Endurance Ride Saddle Club #69 is true Almost every picture Black Narcissus is Silver Stirrups Saddle Club #65 improved by a good musical scoreLife has a cruel way of balancing pleasure and pain To make for the joy of seeing Sophia Loren every morning God punishes the director with the mixI know that all over the world there are young people borrowing from relatives and saving their allowances to buy their first cameras and put together their first student movies some of them dreaming of becoming famous and making a fortune But a few are dreaming of finding out what matters to them of saying to themselves and to anyone who will listen I care A few of them want to make good moviesHave you read Sidney Lumet s Making Movies Have you seen movies directed by Sidney Lumet Which one Wild Horses Saddle Club #58 is your favourite


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