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Topic by: weezy
Posted: January 27, 2010 - 4:29 PM PST
Last Reply: February 20, 2012 - 9:02 AM PST

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Cinenaut
post #21  on February 17, 2011 - 11:50 AM PST  
Those look fun. Speaking of L. Ron, I'm in the middle of that New Yorker article, and it's a great read.

Hey, are you guys going to get "My Dog Tulip?"
weezy
post #22  on May 23, 2011 - 2:46 PM PDT  
> On February 17, 2011 - 11:50 AM PST Cinenaut wrote:
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> Hey, are you guys going to get "My Dog Tulip?"
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DVD comes out in June and you can queue it here: My Dog Tulip.

Looks really good, never heard of it before this, like a super-adult version of the dog-man relationship in Up.

Cinenaut
post #23  on May 24, 2011 - 2:01 PM PDT  
Yeah, it should be interesting. I must have heard about it on NPR or something. It's supposed to be a great movie for dog fans, but definitely not for kids.
weezy
post #24  on July 27, 2011 - 5:06 PM PDT  
Just added to inventory, The Fernando di Leo Crime Collection (Calibre 9 / The Italian Connection / The Boss / Rulers of the City).

Great review in the NY times. "Mr. Di Leo is fascinated by structures of power, carefully describing a hierarchy of authority that ranges from the lowliest mafia foot soldiers, through the midlevel gang bosses and princely godfathers who control them from lushly upholstered offices, to the cops and commissioners who have profitably learned to look the other way, and finally up to the unseen deputies and ministers who sponsor and support the entire system. Italy may be a republic in name, Mr. Di Leo suggests, but the country still functions as a feudal society." Thanks to the customer who requested this one!
Cinenaut
post #25  on February 20, 2012 - 9:02 AM PST  
My Dog Tulip was great, although it's not for kids or people who are squeamish about the biological processes of a dog.

Be sure to watch the "making of" feature. The entire movie was done on computers in the animator's home (well, also in the composer's home, too).
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