Tennessee Williams, Loss of a Teardrop

Any knowledge on this one?


6 Responses to Tennessee Williams, Loss of a Teardrop

  1. Taos says:


    Not excited about anything concerning this. Liked “Streetcar,” but that’s about it for my Williams exposure. I guess it could be good.

  2. David says:

    Mostly interested in the cast, how they’d run with his dialogue.

  3. Taos says:


    BTW, you check out the London Time’s best films of the decade? Here it is: http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/film/article6902642.ece

    some interesting choices near the top. thought about doing something similar for the blog. thoughts?

  4. David says:

    Oh yeah. Was linked that the other day.

    I’d be down for that. Don’t know how qualified I’d be to come up with a list (counting the Bourne pair as one, I’ve seen exactly half of the above list). I’m sure between the two of us, however, we could cover enough ground.

    What do you have in mind? (# of, selection process, presentation, etc.)

  5. Taos says:

    Ya, I haven’t seen too much of it either, but a lot of their choices were very questionable in my opinion. When a top 100 list of the decade lacks The Prestige and Amelié, it is time to start making your own. Plus, it seemed to be biased toward British cinema.

    Not sure exactly. 100 sounds daunting, especially with a limited viewership of this decade’s films. Perhaps 50 would be a good number. We could correspond by email and come up with a list rather quickly I think. Starting next week, there are 5 whole weeks left in the year. Perhaps 10 a week with a small blurb by each of us on each film. I know there will be some we both haven’t seen, but I think for the most part the idea will work. If not, we could at least just come up with our list and publish it.

  6. David says:

    Back to this flick: Caught the trailer the other day. Not too keen on it now. :/

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