A Page of Sin (Weekly Links)

Jiang Wu, already marked by A Touch of Sin

Jiang Wu, already marked by A Touch of Sin

Links to reviews I wrote this week for the Herald and Seattle Weekly, and etc.

A Touch of Sin. “The real connecting element here is money: who has it, who doesn’t, and what people will do to get it.”

Bettie Page Reveals All. “As full of voyeuristic hot air as the film’s commentators are, it is true that Page’s spark leaps out her photographs.”

The 2013 Critics Wrap, held at the Frye Art Museum in December, is playing on the Seattle Channel. This might’ve been the best Critics Wrap we’ve had, so do please give it a look. The local broadcast repeats for the next 10 days; here’s the schedule. Or you can just watch it the old-fashioned way, online. Go here and do that.

Wednesday, Jan. 8, I’ll be presenting “End of the Trail: How the Western Movie Rode Into the Sunset,” a free talk in the Humanities Washington Speakers Bureau series. That’s at 7:30 at Horizon House, 900 University Street on Seattle’s First Hill.


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