This film is awesome. It's from 1979 and made by the who films. It's great and mod. They wear cool clothes and have motorbikes with loads of mirrors. The main charachter Jimmy is cool and cute, and well played by Phil Daniels (The Best of Blur). Sting's just going around being all silvery and edgy. Great soundtrack o' course.
Don't matter who you are or where you go. There's always some cunt with stars and stripes on his arm telling you what to do!
Yesterday, I watched The Secret In Their Eyes, which is an Argentinian/Spanish filmdirected by Juan José Campanella. A woman's been raped and murdered and a police man becomes obsessed with solving the crime. The composition is brillant, and there are a lot of great details in the story and technical details with great effect. It captures the audience and it's neither slow nor boring at any time. I'm not that familiar with Spanish films, but from what I've seen the Spanish cinema brings a certain something-something to the screen. It was clear that the crew of the film is totally professional! I can do nothing but recommend this film!
In reality, this is a tribute for Sally Bowles as much as it is for Liza. Pictures of Liza and Sally Bowles, and also: Sammy Davis Jr. and Frank Sinatra. Again I find myself unable to say anything about this lady apart from this; I absolutely totally and utterly adore her, her voice is amazing and she has been such an important rolemodel. LOVE HER! Here's Liza almost singing whilst crying because Chita Rivera arrives! IT's SO GOOD.