Critic Review - Salon.com

It's a noble crazy, a miraculous William Butler Yeats kind of crazy, alive with passion for art and the world, for all that is lost and not lost and still to come.

May 16, 2011 Full Review Source: Salon.com | Comment (1)
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Andrew Cochran

Andrew Cochran

Please don't even hint at lumping Malick in the same category as Yeats, even if it's simply a sort of craziness you're getting at. Yeats was an artist; Malick is a pretentious story-teller who pathetically jabs at what he mistakenly thinks is profundity.

Aug 21 - 02:27 AM

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