November 3, 2009

Like Anna Karina's Sweater Returns

The best film blog, Like Anna Karina's Sweater, seems to have been revived!

This is good news for those looking for in-depth looks at festival favorites, South Korean delights, and the sacred cows of modern moviemaking. Intelligent, well-versed, always a joy. To celebrate its return, there's a downloadable mix to listen to for the New York Film Festival's lineup. Sure, you may say, our readership doesn't include enough New York, and sure, you may also say, what's the point since the festival passed? Call it living vicariously. Call it being heartland/florida/europe/west coast (our 4 main audiences) cheapness. This way we can get the mood without seeing it. Or something. Why am I justifying? Go check out the site, download the mix, and go through the archives. You won't regret it unless you have different taste than I do.


  1. 20th Century Fox Fanfare (Wild Grass)

  2. Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott (The White Ribbon)

  3. Johnny Guitar - Jeanne Balibar (Ne Change Rien)

  4. The Werewolf Song - Cat Power (Broken Embraces)

  5. Ich hab Dich Lieb - Herbert Grönemeyer (Everyone Else)

  6. Calvary - Baby Dee (To Die Like a Man)

  7. My Tears Are Dry - Hoagy Lands (My Tears Are Dry)

  8. Lascia Ch'io Pianga - Tuva Semmingsen (Antichrist)

  9. Humpin' Around - Bobby Brown (Precious)

  10. Nu Te Parasesc Iubire - Mirabela Dauer (Police, Adjective)

  11. Yeh Duniya Agar Mil Bhi Jaaye - Mohd. Rafi (Pyaasa)

  12. To All The Girls I've Loved Before - Willie Nelson & Julio Iglesias (Everyone Else)

  13. Heard Somebody Say - Devendra Banhart (Life During Wartime)

  14. Storms - Fleetwood Mac (If There Be Thorns)

  15. How Can I Tell You - Cat Stevens (Everyone Else)

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