My latest piece is up at THE BROAD STREET REVIEW.
It begins: On September 30, the New York Film Festival will celebrate the 40th anniversary of “The King of Marvin Gardens.” This dark, quirky, cerebellum-banging, criminally critic-savaged film, directed by Bob Rafelson, featured four ruthlessly memorable performances. Three of its stars went on to glory, and one vanished as if into time’s black hole.
You can read the rest of it here:
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Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, ACLU, PEN, Berkeley Emergency Food & Housing Project.