schrade at akrobiz.com
Wed Jul 28 20:15:49 CDT 2004
> There's a sense of detachment to WHITE CITY, as if Pete is looking at the
> world from somewhere up above, or from his hideout, as he suggests in
> "Hiding Out."
Pete's the outsider in the film. He just drops back into the old neighborhood
from time to time. The movie's about the mates he left behind.
> WHITE CITY seems to be written at a point where Pete had withdrawn
> and found some balance again. Maybe it's a memorial to his past life, as
No, no, no. It's not about Pete at all! Pete's a limited supporting character.
And it's not about Keith Moon, either! It's not about *any* rock star. It's
about the "un-stars." The common.
> I also think "Hiding Out" suggests the way Keith Moon hid his deeper self
> beneath the clown front he presented to the public.
You're trying to pound square blocks into round holes!
- SCHRADE in Akron
To treat your facts with imagination is one thing, to imagine your facts
is quite another.
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