Sunday, January 27, 2008

Odds And Ends: Harem


HAREM would turn out to be Nastassja's weakest film since SPRING SYMPHONY and a real let down after the extraordinary run of films she had just filmed. Still, HAREM is well worth revisiting if just for the lovely photography and great score by Sarde (which apparently has not had a proper release).

I recently found these lobby cards listed on Ebay, but otherwise HAREM has proven a difficult film to find a lot of material on, Nastassja's follow up film is just the opposite though. I will begin my look at one of the most pivotal, if for all the wrong reasons, of all of Nastassja's films later this week. Expect a lot more postings than you have been seeing the past couple of weeks.

2 comments:

Rogue Spy 007 said...

It looks like a gorgeously shot and beautiful film overall if nothing else. By the way, I love the new look of the blog. The color looks fantastic. I think it fits quite well with the theme of this blog.

Jeremy Richey said...

Thanks so much Keith...sorry about the delay in responding to this...