Q. o’ th’ D.: A. O. Scott

…in this week’s Times Sunday Magazine.


“The afterglow of your unique, youthful experiences ā€” the kisses and cigarettes and cups of espresso that followed the movie, as much as the film itself ā€” cast a harsh, flat light on the present, when you sit at home watching a DVD with a cup of herbal tea as your spouse dozes next to you on the couch. But donā€™t blame Hollywood for that!”