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National Portrait Gallery: A reader, Charles, just sent me a rave review of Marlene Dietrich: Dressed for the Image, at the National Portrait Gallery until April 15, 2018.
Marlene Dietrich was always one of my movie idols — her glamour and modernity in her films were utterly unique, even to the point where debating her acting seemed pointless.
One of my all-time favorite films is the Maximilian Schell doc on the grande dame, Marlene (1987). In it, she refuses to be seen so offers only her gravelly voice-over as she and Schell combatively go over the details of her incredible life and career.
Now, Metrograph in NYC is planning a 19-film retrospective on Dietrich, which will include the doc as well as Rainer Werner Fassbinder's Lola, which was inspired by her.
The retrospective kicks off May 23 — I cahn't vait.
From a press release:
What some other great dames were doing at 58: