Examples from several films can help to identify the recurring sound-image figures that contribute to a vivid, visceral reception experience and a complexly layered sense of time.
Chantal Akerman isn’t exactly synonymous with romantic comedies, but she the avant-garde luminary did her best Nora Ephron impression for this anomalous studio gig about an uptight New Yorker (William Hurt) who swaps apartments with a Parisian dancer (Juliette Binoche, natch), only to learn that everyone in his building — including his dog — prefers to have her around.
By the time I was four it was a really dire situation.
I couldn't breathe and had a terrible immune system.
Not least because when Benedikt Taschen asked Hockney to autograph each copy, the artist didn’t think it would be possible.
Occasionally she has a guest, including the men who pay her for sex.