Rare Screening Of 'Blue Collar' with Richard Pryor and Yaphet Kotto In Chicago Area

From Shadow and Act Fri Dec 7 2012, 00:36:31

I've always believed that the sign of a great film is one is stays relevant in our time and will remain so matter when it was made. And that fits, without a doubt Paul Schrader's 1978 film Blue Collar It's the perfect example of the type of film that major studios don't even have the guts to make anymore. It's a powerful, searing and, yes, downbeat film perhaps more in tune today with what's going on in America and our greedy superficial culture than it was when it first came out. I think it's Pryor's best film and his best perforamnce and that's not taking anything anyway from hs co-stars Harvey Keitel and Yaphet Kotto. The film was directed by...

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