At Sea at the Cinema

Brudnoy, David
December 1975
National Review;12/5/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 47, p1416
The article features a few of the most acclaimed or at least most remarked motion pictures in 1975 in the United States. In April 1975, "Hearts and Minds" received an Academy Award. "Dog Day Afternoon" is currently the hottest ticket on the movie circuit. "The Fortune" is a comedy about adultery. "Donkey Skin" is a musical fantasy about incest.


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