Oh, I like Streetcar more than I like Last Tango in Paris. I've never seen any Streetcar play, though. I expect a play to be better. Still - the film is good. Elia Kazan is a fine director. It's famous for its significance in movie history (which is due to Brando's performance) more than anything else, though, yes. Soon after Streetcar, On the waterfront came and the rest really is history.
[quote="Gilgamesh"][quote="brannnn"]I went and looked for it and found this:
Jesus christ Eternal Sunshine why did you people remind him of that.
What does that mean? No one reminded me of it. It's one of my favourite films.
[quote="asfm"][quote="brannnn"]I KNOW it's one of your favorite films. I know. This topic in general reminded you (and me.)
I am always thinking about the film at all times.
and then this:
[quote="brannnn"][quote="gilgamesh310"]Gor what it's worth, I think Eternal Sunshine is utter ****. BAN!
That was a nice conversation. Remembering makes me happy, so I re-posted it. I fucked up the spelling of what I even said. I didn't notice that until now! I was scouring this thread for some scene I couldn't remember and found this exchange. I can't believe I've never seen this before.
I actually watched Eternal Sunshine again, since then. It's pretty good. At least for that type of film. I now feel like I was a bit of an idiot in my mid twenties. Maybe I still am, but I do feel I've grown since then.