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Comfy films thread Anon 06/03/2020 (Wed) 11:57:21 No.1304
What are some comfy classic films you like? No hollywood ship please. For me it's Werner Herzog's films, he's a fantastic director.
>>1304 You might like The Mission and Black Robe if you haven't seen them, OP. They're both about missionaries in strange lands.
What's wrong with Hollywood? Hollywood had a lot of great movies.
>>1585 You're right, they did. I shouldn't have said mean things about them, I'm sorry.
>>1586 No need to apologize. They are a far cry from what they used to be, after all.
>>1585 Good movies were made in spite of Hollywood, not because of them.
>>1590 I'd say it's a mix of both. Hollywood has had a way of compromising filmmakers' visions (for good or for bad), but they also provided the resources (financial, personnel, etc.) and an environment in which they can work.
>>1616 >but they also provided the resources (financial, personnel, etc.) and an environment in which they can work. Pretty much. Producers in many art industries fail to trust the vision of those they hire. They used to force laugh tracks into shows too (Peanuts show almost had to have one). You just need to find out to get the resources without the restrictions... From the page of Don Hertzfeldt's Rejected (creator of It's Such a Beautiful Day, neither is comfy but the second earned a well-deserved 100% on Rotten Tomatos): >A projector was purchased in an attempt to be able to view and edit the film in-house, but the idea crashed and burned quite literally in impressive plumes of white smoke - the projector was broken on deliberry. With no way to view any of the finished footage, the entire movie was instead spliced together blind, with proper editing sessions later taking place in the dead of night on the Warner Bros lot when nobody was looking.

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