and so it is
One of the very best of the greatest decade for American film. Richard Brooks is the master; Diane Keaton’s never been more brilliant (and beautiful). One of, if not the, most affecting movies I’ve seen in my life; I find myself more and more in awe every time I watch it. The final scenes especially are a masterclass in filmmaking.
In a perfect world this film would have the reputation and legacy of its male-driven counterparts like Taxi Driver and…