THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2018
In the New York Times, no less: We were nauseated by the Streep-Hanks "blathering tour" concerning Harvery Weinstein. Basically, Hanks would mug and defer while Streep would change the subject, offering watery bromides.
Interviewers would gaze away. These are industry rules.
For these reasons, we were gratified by Amanda Hess' essay in Sunday's New York Times. It topped page one of Arts & Leisure. We strongly recommend it.
Coming next week: "Fish and frogmarch," a record-shattering, award-winning homage to the shape of film