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Marilyn Monroe in a deleted scene for THE SEVEN YEAR ITCH (1955). The idea was to have her play a sassy, Mae West-like character, but director Billy Wilder didn’t think she was convincing and cut the sequence.

Many of the fake quotes attributed to her paint her as just that: a Mae West. “Give a girl the right shoes, and she can conquer the world,” stuff like that. Marilyn Monroe never said that. She wasn’t bawdy, or cheeky, she didn’t pretend to know her way around in the world, cocky rudeness wasn’t part of her make-up. She wanted to please: photographers, fans, director, co-stars, friends, movie audiences, foster parents. (There are no cases of her badmouthing people.)

Some more from this cut scene later on.


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The Sisters Brothers (2018)

There’s obvious passion in director Jacques Audiard’s English-language debut film, The Sisters Brothers. Nonetheless, I found myself never fully invested in the tale. I didn’t dislike it, I’m glad I saw it but am slightly disappointing. Whether you react similarly, I’m not sure.

Eli (John C. Reilly) and Charlie Sisters (Joaquin Phoenix) are two hitmen assigned to meet with John Morris (Jake Gyllenhaal), a detective on the trail of Hermann Kermit Warm (Riz Ahmed). Warm is a chemist who has developed a formula used to detect gold. This makes the Sisters’ employer, “the Commodore” (Rutger Hauer) very interested.

I think the film severely overestimates how interesting the Sisters brothers are. They’re difficult to relate to, and not because their job is, ultimately, to find the gentle, likable and intelligent Warm, torture him until he reveals his formula. The two brothers bicker constantly and Charlie  ALWAYS belittles his brother and makes things more difficult than they should be. It’s frustrating as otherwise, the rest of the picture is great. At one point, Eli has a nightmare and wow. It’s horror at its very best, the kind of image I want someone to steal and stretch into a full-length film… and it lasts maybe 45 seconds?

This is a dark comedy that occasionally drops the humor to just be dark. I mean that in the best way. This film SHOULD be dark. It’s about two thugs whose job is to shoot people at the behest of an evil man. While watching, I was often too shocked to laugh out loud but looking back? There’s a lot about this picture to morbidly smile about.

Particularly good is the film’s cast, all of which have been perfectly selected. Any other actor buying a toothbrush and reading the instructions on how to use it (remember the time period) could’ve been too pathetic, or too funny. Reilly is right there, in the middle. Similarly, Gyllenhaal gives his character a little bit of a weird accent that makes him stand out, a detail that tells you he’s got no business being with the Sisters Brothers. Joaquin Phoenix, in a way that’s similar to the part he played in  Were Never Really Here is threatening, but not too threatening and just a hint of pathetic. Rhiz Ahmed is instantly likable and that makes him feel like a bit of a weirdo, which is perfect.

This doesn’t happen often, but I’ve talked myself into liking The Sisters Brothers more than I did initially. It takes some adjusting to get to but the ending is brilliant and there are a number of great moments  make you laugh… once you get over the initial shock. ( version on the big screen, October 14, 2018)