WR015 – Robert Altman MoMA Retrospective

McCabe & Mrs. Miller
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In honor of the Museum of Modern Art’s comprehensive retrospective on the amazing career of Robert Altman (1925-2006), we decided to discuss his entire filmography as well as review his masterpiece “Nashville” (1975). The retrospective continues until Jan. 17th, 2015.

3 Women

Robert Altman at work on “3 Women” (1977)

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Altman goofing around on “Brewster McCloud” (1970)

The Long Goodbye

Making the most unusual Philip Marlowe movie in history, “The Long Goodbye” (1973)

McCabe & Mrs. Miller

Turning the western genre on its head, “McCabe & Mrs. Miller” (1971)

Nashville

Arguably Altman’s greatest film, “Nashville” (1975)

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