DO NOT TOUCH GOD
Courtesy of the Reading Library and the extension of lending privileges, over the weekend watched two DVD’s: The Asphalt Jungle and Septien. Although these are two totally different films they get rousing recommendations and wholehearted endorsements from the Heron Report.
The reason they are totally different is one is black and white and one is in color.
The reason you might find them interesting is that they are interesting.
The reason to watch them is they are well-done on all counts. One is old. One is new. One is city, the other is country.
Both depict human relationships – the first mapped out and completed with flawless execution by director John Huston, right down to the last blade of bluegrass; the second is absorbing and allows time to reflect its unexpected and sensitive content, down to the fuzzy warm football, from Director Michael Tully.