A cliched but sensitively observed crime drama about a gangster's thug and a call girl who go on the run.
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An interview with author Charles Taylor about his new book.
Eileen Brennan dies; Russia's film industry and The Associated Press in decline; defending Scott Simon's running tweet of his mother's passing; over-used poster clichés.
As a companion piece to our reassessment of "At Long Last Love," Peter Bogdanovich recalls the film's orgins, its forgotten pleasures, and the studio-mandated tinkering that turned it into a box office bomb. He also recalls turning down an offer of help from Gene Kelly, casting Burt Reynolds, and a remarkable encounter with Roger Ebert.
Peter Bogdanovich's movie musical "At Long Last Love" developed one of those reputations as a career-killing stinker, but in hindsight, it's a pretty darn good mix of 1930s tunes with the slightly more realist sensibility of later musicals. And it's a project with a crazy history. Now that it is out on Blu-Ray, it deserves another look.
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