(Cahiers du Cinéma, January-February 1971, N.226-227)
(Cahiers du Cinéma, December 1984. Hors Séries: François Truffaut)
* The only Critiques that Delorme wrote, editorials and other essays aside, were for the Dardennes, Reeves, and Nolan. And for Tessé it was for the Miyazaki, von Trier (Vol. 2), Fillières, and the Dumont (w/ Vincent Malausa),** This ignoring of Vallée is, unfortunately, not unique to them. Talking to Michel Ciment, he let me know that he's never even seen C.RA.Z.Y. (!) and that he walked out of Café de flore! And I’m not even going to repeat Philippe Rouyer’s dumb remark regarding Vallée on Le Cercle...
"In the course on the history of Toronto cinema that I teach at the University of Toronto, I try to place Radwanski’s film in conversation with seminal titles like Don Owen’s Nobody Waved Goodbye (1964) and Don Shebib’s Goin’ Down the Road, as well as Morley Callaghan’s key Canadian modernist novel Strange Fugitive (1930), with which it shares both a calculatedly hardscrabble aesthetic and a poetically dismal view of its host metropolis."Follow the link to read a great piece that contextualizes the emerging trend of young Toronto directors within Canadian film history, Friends from the North: Adam Nayman on the Canadian filmmakers in First Look 2015.