Grey Gardens 1975 is one of most important documentary films of the past thirty years, gaining the status of a cult classic Matthew Tinkcom argues that the film reshaped documentary cinema by moving the non fiction camera to the heart of the household, a private space into which film makers had seldom previously ventured....
|Title||:||Grey Gardens (BFI Film Classics)|
|Publisher||:||British Film Institute 2011 edition August 30, 2011|
|Number of Pages||:||128 pages|
|File Size||:||969 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Grey Gardens (BFI Film Classics) Reviews
These women are icons representing a time when women were unable to make life choices without overwhelming consequences. Regardless of their status, or perhaps because of it ,they paid a heavy price to be themselves in a world that didn't want them. I laughed, cried and wished I knew them better.
Waiting for "That Summer" also please remake Grey Gardens an The Beales of Grey Gardens into one movie in the correct sequence of events.
So interesting have had all of Grey Gardens books on my things to for ever