Movie Watching in Quarantine

First in a series!

John Greco Author/Photographer

As a writer, I stay home and write. That’s the nature of the process, but when I put my photographer’s hat on I am outside. Again, that’s the nature of the process. Covid-19 has put my photography on hold. Sure, I can do indoor photography, but my taste has usually run toward the outdoors.
These days, I’m spending more time inside than out. My writing is at its best in the early hours. Subsequently, to pass the time I read, and I have been watching movies, movies and more movies.
I have been posting on Facebook a few thoughts on most and decided to share a few here.

Cape Fear

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Cape Fear one of the great thrillers from the early 60s. Robert Mitchum’s revenge-seeking crazed Max Cady is one of cinema’s great psychopaths. What makes his performance so effectively terrifying is his laid back style. He’s a relentless, vengeful, monster…

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2 comments on “Movie Watching in Quarantine

  1. John Charet says:

    Great post 🙂 If Night of the Hunter’s Harry Powell went up against Cape Fear’s Max Cary (also played by Mitchum), it would be hard to predict who would win since both are so laid-back as you so eloquently state 🙂 Anyway, keep up the great work as always 🙂

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