Saturday February 3, 2018

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The Thomas Crown Affair
KL Studio Classics

 Hollywood glamour strikes the crime genre, with a bank robbery tale that concentrates on high living and high fashion. Superstars Steve McQueen and Faye Dunaway play a coy game of thief and investigator. This expensive show is not really in fashion anymore, but in 1968 it was high-class filmmaking, with Norman Jewison solidifying his position as a smart maker of solid mainstream entertainment. With Paul Burke, Jack Weston and Yaphet Kotto, and two audio commentaries. From KL Studio Classics.

CineSavant’s sojourn into other dimensions is almost at an end; I will be returning refreshed, if bruised and sore, and ready to go on a full writing schedule once again. Sorry for the less than exciting presentation in the interim, and thanks for your patience! — Glenn