NPR’s View on the Business of this Season’s Fashion Cinema

by Rachel Yeomans | September 29th, 2009

In Bright Star, a new film about the poet John Keats, the opening shot is of a needle being threaded and then plunged into a piece of fabric. You don’t see hands, so there’s no sense of scale to the enormous close-ups, which make the needle look like a spear, the thread like heavy cable…. Read more…