REVIEW | Steamboat Bill, Jr




‘A movie could be made of Buster Keaton’s face alone; sombre and downtrodden, laced with an expression of wisdom beyond young years and framed by those forlorn and romantic eyes, it’s a singular landscape that’s hooked viewers for almost a hundred years.’

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Freelance film critic.


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