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In this 21st-century cinema special: 25 critics choose an era-defining film from each year of the century, and J. Hoberman asks: what is a 21st-century film? Plus: ten talking points from Cannes – George Miller on Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga – remembering Roger Corman with a never-before-seen interview.

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“Donald Sutherland’s performance is the gem of this flawed masterpiece”: Fellini's Casanova reviewed in 1977

Novelist Gilbert Adair found Federico Fellini’s Casanova to be an overly loose, alienating spectacle when he reviewed the film for Sight and Sound’s autumn 1977 issue, but had high praise for the ‘extraordinarily physical performance‘ of the late Donald Sutherland as the infamous libertine.

By Gilbert Adair

“Donald Sutherland’s performance is the gem of this flawed masterpiece”: Fellini's Casanova reviewed in 1977
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