Introduced by Owen Gleiberman
Dir. Robert Altman. 1975, 159 mins. 35mm. With Keith Carradine, Lily Tomlin, Henry Gibson, Karen Black, Ronee Blakley. Robert Altman’s crowning achievement is arguably the most innovative American masterpiece since Citizen Kane. It is a teeming, exhilarating, multi-character vision of life in the 1970s that channels the splintered reality of America. It is Owen Gleiberman’s favorite film—because it remains, in his words, “the movie of our time.”
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