Dennis Hopper’s Restored ‘Out Of The Blue’ Is A Devastating Look At Unspoken Abuse [AFI Review]
Some movies feel timely and movies that feel timeless; then, there are the movies that make you feel as if the auteur behind the wheel must have stepped out of a time machine to make it.
Dennis Hopper’s long-unavailable “Out of the Blue” – which premiered 40 years ago at the Cannes film festival – would be hailed as a flat-out masterpiece were it released in 2020.
A spiritual successor to 1969’s seminal “Easy Rider,” Hopper’s 3rd directorial effort is a work that transmogrifies itself so deftly it somehow sways between pensive and punk.Continue reading Dennis Hopper’s Restored ‘Out Of The Blue’ Is A Devastating Look At Unspoken Abuse [AFI Review] at The Playlist.
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