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Long looks.

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"Well, you've seen everything now; it's OK, we can shoot the rest of the day."
In the New York Times Magazine, Ian Buruma has a lengthy profile of Park Chan-wook.

Park’s daughter was allowed to see "Lady Vengeance" but not "Oldboy," because of the incest. A faint, slightly embarrassed smile illuminated Park’s face. "If it had been a mother and son," he said, "I might have felt better about it, but since it is about a father and daughter, I would have felt awkward."

Alexa Moses chats with "Somersault"‘s Abbie Cornish (who everyone swooned over as a young, not yet monochromatic Nicole Kidman in various film festivals around the world).

For her role in "Candy," Cornish had to appear naked onscreen, but the nudity didn’t bother her too much. "I’ve met people who don’t come out of the shower naked but I run around everywhere naked; I love it, I think it’s great."


At the New York Times, Randy Kennedy attempts to interview Mr. and Mrs. Björk about "Drawing Restraint 9."

The decision to cast himself and Bjork, he stressed, was far less autobiographical than it was practical. "I don’t know how to direct actors," he explained, so telling a love story was simply easier with a real-life template, "without getting involved in a level of theater that I’m not equipped to direct."

In other words, while some romantically involved actors might see the dramatic possibilities of performing together from a Taylor-and-Burton perspective, Mr. Barney saw it decidedly from Duchamp‘s.

"It almost belongs to the plastic art tradition of the found object," he said, "the readymade."

And in the Observer, Anthony Haden-Guest talks to the remnants of Andy Warhol‘s circle, his assistants and friends, trying to get a better sense of the Screen Test days.

In 1966, Warhol, [Gerard] Malanga and Edie Sedgwick went to Paris for Warhol’s first European show. He was showing the Flower paintings at the Sonnabend Gallery. They took in Jean-Luc Godard‘s "Alphaville."

‘And when we walked out of the movie theatre,’ says Malanga, ‘Andy was complaining [he puts on Warhol’s distinctive whine] "Oh, Godard’s copying me!" I said, "Stop it! That’s total nonsense!" He’d only been making movies for less than two years when we saw ‘Alphaville.’ It was like talking to a little kid, you know?’

+ Mr. Vengeance (NY Times Magazine)
+ Abbie’s excellent adventure (Sydney Morning Herald)
+ The Bjork-Barney Enigma Machine (NY Times)
+ Factory fresh (Observer)

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The Best Of The Last

Portlandia Goes Out With A Bang

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The end is near. In mere days Portlandia wraps up its final season, and oh what a season it’s been. Lucky for you, you can watch the entire season right now right here and on the IFC app, including this free episode courtesy of Subaru.

But now, let’s take a moment to look back at some of the new classics Fred and Carrie have so thoughtfully bestowed upon us. (We’ll be looking back through tear-blurred eyes, but you do you.)

Couples Dinner

It’s not that being single sucks, it’s that you suck if you’re single.

Cancel it!

A sketch for anyone who has cancelled more appointments than they’ve kept. Which is everyone.

Forgotten America

This one’s a “Serial” killer…everything both right and wrong about true crime podcasts.

Wedding Planners

The only bad wedding is a boring wedding.

Disaster Hut

It’s only the end of the world if your doomsday kit doesn’t include rosé.

Catch up on Portlandia’s final episodes on demand and at

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Your Portlandia Personality Test

The New Portlandia Webseries Is Going Your Way

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Carrie and Fred understand that although we have so much in common, we’re each so beautifully unique and different. To help us navigate those differences, Portlandia has found an easy and honest way to embrace our special selves in the form of a progressive new traffic system: a specific lane for every kind of driver. It’s all in honor of the show’s 8th and final season, and it’s all presented by Subaru.

Ready to find out who you really are? Match your personality to a lane and hop on the expressway to self-understanding.

Lane 10: Trucks Piled With Junk

Your junk is falling out of your trunk. Shake a tail light, people — this lane is for you.

Lane 33: Twins

You’re like a Gemini, but waaaay more pedestrian. Maybe you and a friend just wear the same outfits a lot. Who cares, it’s just twinning enough to make you feel special.

Lane 27: Broken Windows

Bad luck follows you around and everyone knows it. Your proverbial seat is always damp from proverbial rain. Is this the universe telling you to swallow your pride? Yes.

Lane 69: Filthy Cars

You’re all about convenience. Getting your car washed while you drive is a no-brainer.

Lane 43: Newly Divorced Singles

It’s been a while since you’ve driven alone, and you don’t know the rules of the road anymore. What’s too fast? What’s too slow? Are you sending the right signals? Don’t worry, the breakdown lane is nearby if you need it.

Still can’t find a lane to match your personality? Check out all the videos here. And see the final season of Portlandia this spring on IFC.

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Last-Minute Holiday Gift Guide

Hits from the '80s are on repeat all Christmas Eve and Day on IFC.

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