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Tom Stempel talks Trains! And also reviews films past and present. But mainly where there are trains involved.
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“Hitchcock was partially attracted to the story because he wanted to make his American films more American.”
Tom Stempel on Shadow of a Doubt
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“A beautiful woman, very stylishly dressed, gets off a train (yea) in the middle of the night in a Godforsaken part of the Australian outback. She looks around the empty streets of the down, then says, ‘I’m back, bitches.’
“Well, goodness gracious me.”
Tom Stempel on The Dressmaker
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“While it has lots of the accoutrements of a western, it does not have an old-fashioned train, which I consider a serious lack.”
Tom Stempel on The Magnificent Seven
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It’s time for Understanding Screenwriting!
Read Tom Stempel on Hell or High Water, Sully, Bridget Jones’ Baby, The Magnificent Seven, The Dressmaker, and Shadow of a Doubt.
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