Crimson staff writer
During the film, something occurred with emphatic gusto: The audience booed Elvis. They finally shed the rose-colored glasses they have been viewing Elvis with for the past year.
While Scorsese’s words in 2019 might not have rung true at the time, they have become almost a prophecy for what cinema is now and what it might be in the future.
In an interview with The Harvard Crimson he spoke on the importance of establishing a “yin yang” relationship between dance, health, and “movement and energy,” citing his acupuncture work as the catalyst for making him more aware of this vital connection.
Featuring a broad array of interviewees and an overall understated tone, “I Am A Stalker” at last presents a somewhat respectable option for true crime consumption.
What happens when a beacon of light dies? The Oprah Winfrey produced, Reginald Hudlin directed documentary “Sidney” suggests that it continues to shine on the people it has warmed.