Pauline Kael was likely the most powerful, and personal, movie critic of the 20th Century. Writing for the New Yorker and publishing a dozen bestselling books, she ruthlessly pursued what made a movie or an actor’s performance work — or not — and why. Her passion made her both admired and despised among readers. This film pursues the question of what made Kael’s work so influential. Michigan premiere.
Noon Sun., April 14 Marvin and Betty Danto
Lecture Hall at the DIA