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Alpha

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Minding the Gap

It would be impressive even without the palpable sense of connection and understanding that Liu brings to the material, but its easygoing intimacy is what…

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Ballad of Narayama

"The Ballad of Narayama" is a Japanese film of great beauty and elegant artifice, telling a story of startling cruelty. What a space it opens…

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When Siskel & Ebert were on "Sneak Previews"

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I haven't seen these shows since they first aired. It was long said they'd been erased by PBS/Chicago, but I never believed it--if only because of my conviction that 30 minutes of Gene and me had to be worth more than half an hour of erased and recycled tape.

Sneak Previews: "Invasion of the Invasion Movies." PBS, 1980.

Sneak Previews on "Women in Danger" films and "Halloween." PBS, 1980

Sneak Previews:"Man with 2 Brains, Superman III, Trading Places (1 of 2). PBS, 1983

Sneak Previews: Trading Places, Psycho II (pt. 2 of 2). PBS, 1983.

Sneak Previews: "Ghost Busters." PBS, 1984

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