All articles by J. Hoberman

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Sacred and profane: Martin Scorsese’s Cape Fear

Wildly baroque and movie-literate, Scorsese’s remake of Cape Fear reminds us why we should cherish the director, argued this feature from our February 1992 issue.

By J. Hoberman

Sacred and profane: Martin Scorsese’s Cape Fear
Features

No success like failure – a natural history of the film maudit

By J. Hoberman

No success like failure – a natural history of the film maudit