Monthly Archives: December 2012

Interview: William Friedkin on the bridge.

William Friedkin: “We had to build a suspension bridge and we were gonna build it in the Dominican Republic over a raging river. And it was a river that in the memory of man had not varied by a foot … Continue reading

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The Sorcerer art collection #1.

This artwork appears in the scene where Serrano (Bruno Cremer) meets with the guy, in an odd pink-painted room, about a new set of papers. Turns out it’s “Cats And A Parrot” by H. Blain. Not sure what year it … Continue reading

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You shoulda been there.

Been meaning to post this for some time. This was the January 2011 screening of a newly-struck 35mm print of Sorcerer — before all the trouble started. And on the subject line, I shoulda been there, too.

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Interview: stuntman Nick Dimitri.

Here’s a piece of an interview with stuntman Nick Dimitri, from an article in the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, about his work on Sorcerer. During filming, he tore a knee ligament while being thrown from a car crash at 35 mph in … Continue reading

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