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The Last Picture Show

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In 1951, a group of high school seniors come of age in a bleak, isolated, atrophied small town of Anarene, Texas, that is slowly dying, both economically and culturally.
Actors: Kenny Wood,
Kenny Wood
Kenny Wood
Randy Quaid,
Randy Quaid
Randy Quaid 1 October 1950, Houston, Texas, USA
Bobby McGriff,
Bobby McGriff
Bobby McGriff
Loyd Catlett,
Loyd Catlett
Loyd Catlett 14 May 1953, Lubbock, Texas, USA
Jeff Bridges,
Jeff Bridges
Jeff Bridges 4 December 1949, Los Angeles, California, USA
Janice E. OMalley,
Janice E. OMalley
Janice E. OMalley
Gary Brockette,
Gary Brockette
Gary Brockette 13 September 1947, Denton, Texas, USA
Mike Hosford,
Mike Hosford
Mike Hosford
Barc Doyle,
Barc Doyle
Barc Doyle
John Hillerman,
John Hillerman
John Hillerman 20 December 1932, Denison, Texas, USA
Marjorie Jay,
Marjorie Jay
Marjorie Jay
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Genre: Drama
Director: Peter Bogdanovich
Peter Bogdanovich
Peter Bogdanovich 30 July 1939, Kingston, New York, USA
Country: United States
Release: 1971
IMDb: 8.0
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Duration: 118 min
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[VIDEO ESSAY] A masterpiece by any standard, "The Last Picture Show" (1971) presents an emotionally apocalyptic reckoning of an America that has lost its way. The subtext-the film was made at the height of the Vietnam War - is hard to miss.
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It's plain and uncondescending in its re-creation of what it means to be a high-school athlete, of what a country dance hall is like, of the necking in cars and movie houses, and of the desolation that follows high-school graduation.
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It is difficult to know where to stop in listing the really outstanding performances -- Cloris Leachman, Ben Johnson, Timothy Bottoms, Eileen Brennan, et al.
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March 02, 2015

At first glance, the movie is a faithful and skillful adaptation of the source, but a second look at both the film and the book reveals some interesting divergences.
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September 27, 2011

It's meant to make you feel sad for what's lost, but a vitality throbs through it.
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October 21, 2014

The Last Picture Show is indeed one of the greatest movies ever made (although I hardly think the scorekeepers were waiting for my vote to come in before they declared it such).
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A sublime study of sexually charged ennui in a dying town in 1950s Texas.
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April 27, 2009

Director Peter Bogdanovich has seen Anarene, Texas, in the cinematic terms of 1951 -- the langorous dissolves, the strong chiaroscuro, the dialogue that starts with bickering and ends at confessional.
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